Use of stolen identity data in network attack highlights cybersecurity threat facing industry
Attacks on the corporate networks of Lockheed Martin and possibly other defense contractors, enabled by the earlier theft of secure-identification data, have underlined the threat facing industry even as it tries to carve out a niche providing advanced cybersecurity products and services to government customers. Investigating a “significant and tenacious attack” on its network on May 21, Lockheed Martin is the first to acknowledge a link with the March cyberattack on RSA, provider of ...
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