U.N. Keeps Getting Hit by Cyber Attacks. How Should They Respond?



“We can confirm that unknown attackers were able to breach parts of the United Nations infrastructure in April of 2021,” Stéphane Dujarric, spokesman for the U.N. Secretary-General, said in a statement.

According to Bloomberg, the breach went public after cybersecurity firm Resecurity® reportedly found that the hackers were still active on U.N. networks as recently as early last month. Researchers at Resecurity® had notified the U.N. of the attack earlier in the year. However, instead of addressing the problem, the U.N. had stopped responding to the security firm when Resecurity® provided evidence that data had been stolen... Please continue the article at the source


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