Full interview: Scott Morrison on cyber attack, Cormann’s flights and border security
The Prime Minister doesn’t believe voter information has been compromised in a cyber attack on Australia’s major political parties.
The Liberal, Labor and National parties have had their computer systems hacked by a foreign government.
Scott Morrison says work is underway to find out who is responsible for the incident.
He told Neil Mitchell access to information has been limited.
NOW | PM Scott Morrison discussing the cyber attack with Neil Mitchell.
Lots of going around in circles about whether Mr Morrison knows who was behind it.
NEIL: So you don’t know who did it?
PM: “I’ve said what I’ve said, Neil.”
— 3AW Melbourne (@3AW693) February 18, 2019
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PM defends Mathias Cormann’s family trip, which was paid for by a company that had just won a billion dollar govt contract.
Scott Morrison tells @3AW693 Senator Cormann thought he’d be billed for the travel, and has since covered the costs.
— Eliza Edwards (@ElizaEdNews) February 18, 2019