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The CER takes cyber security seriously and manages private information in the strictest confidence. In the unlikely event that private information is compromised while using CER systems, the CER can connect you with IDCARE for specialist victim support services. IDCARE is a not-for-profit organisation that provides an identity and cyber support service for individuals and organisations in Australia and New Zealand.
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While IDCARE can provide specialist case management support services, for reissue of any compromised identity credentials you will need to contact the relevant authority in your state or territory.
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