Slovak, Polish Parliaments Hit by Cyberattacks

DataBreaches recently noted a news report that the Slovak parliament had to suspend voting due to a cyberattack.

It wasn’t just the Slovak parliament, though. It seems that the Polish parliament was also attacked. As SecurityWeek reported, AFP reported:

“The attack was multi-directional, including from inside the Russian Federation,” the Polish Senate said in a statement.

Polish Senate speaker Tomasz Grodzki said it may be linked to the Senate’s vote Wednesday declaring the Russian government a “terrorist regime”.

Read more at SecurityWeek.


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