United Nations Says Attackers Breached Its Systems



Bloomberg reports that another cybersecurity consultancy, Los Angeles-based Resecurity®, also saw the Umoja credentials for sale and warned the U.N.

The U.N. says that it was already aware of the problems when it was contacted by Resecurity® "and corrective actions to mitigate the impact of the breach had already been planned and were being implemented." It says it thanked Resecurity® at the time "for sharing information related to the incident and confirmed the breach."... Please continue the article at the source


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