Slovak parliament suspends voting due to suspected cyberattack

Reuters reports:

The Slovak parliament suspended its session on Thursday after a suspected cyberattack brought down its IT systems, parliament speaker Boris Kollar said.

“We have identified a cyber security incident… There is a signal coming from some point which jams our systems, computers, we cannot even serve the lawmakers in our cafeteria,” Kollar told reporters in a televised briefing.

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