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Amid tensions with China, a State-based cyber actor is targeting Australian government institutions

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison on June 19 said  'a sophisticated state-based cyber actor' is targeting the Australian Government institutions including health, education and essential service providers. The frequency of attack has increased over months, No personal information breach happened, Morrison added. Cyber Intelligence experts suspect China behind the attack considering past events and recent tensions between Sino-Australian relations.

Fri, 19 Jun 2020 - 02:07 PM / by D. RamaKrishnan

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