Poland’s police will have to revise its security plans for the July 2016 Nato summit in Warsaw as existing plans with sensitive data have been sent to several dozen e-mail addresses in an unsecured e-mail by police headquarters.
Also, Poland has become a target of attacks of Russian cyberspies ahead of the summit, the daily Rzeczpospolita reported as Poland’s Foreign Ministry received an e-mail containing malware attachments.
It is Russian cyperspying group APT28 that stood behind the attack, information security provider Prevenity said. Fortunately, the attack fell through.
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