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Pfizer-BioNTech data stolen in cyberattack on European Medicines Agency

The European Medicines Agency reported Wednesday that it was the focus of a cyberattack involving some of the data around the first COVID-19 vaccine that’s being distributed in Europe. In a brief statement yesterday, the EMA – which assesses medicines and vaccines for the European Union – only said it was the subject of a…
Encryption/Data Security, Security News

China pushes new global data security initiative, decrying US ‘politicizing’ the issue

China announced a comprehensive global data security program Tuesday, proposing many of the same international norms agreed upon by Western nations already, while protecting China’s interest in balkanizing the internet. State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi proposed the “Global Data Security Initiative” in a statement translated here by the New America think tank. According…
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Credentials from Wuhan COVID-19 lab leaked

A recent coronavirus-related credentials leak included information associated with The Wuhan Institute of Virology, the lab whose work has sparked theories over the COVID-19 virus’s origins. The leaked data from the level-four biosafety lab – which a report in the South China Morning Post said, citing findings from SITE Intelligence Group, included screen shots of…
APTs/cyberespionage, Cybercrime, Data Breach, Security News

Mitsubishi Electric discloses June 2019 breach; Tick hacking group reportedly blamed

Japanese manufacturer Mitsubishi Electric has acknowledged its discovery last June of a data breach perpetrated by an unauthorized third party that accessed both personal employee information and corporate materials. The public disclosure came amid multiple English and Japanese news sources publishing details on the incident [1, 2, 3, 4, 5], which experts believe may be…
Network Security, Security News

Google hit with IP hijack taking down several services

Google G Suite yesterday had much of its traffic re-routed through Russia and dropped at China Telecom, according to the network intelligence company Thousand Eyes. Thousand Eyes at this time reported Google was victimized by a Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) hijacking attack. Google confirmed there was an issue, but does not believe it was done intentionally.…
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