A high-tech military contractor, which suffered an attack from hackers earlier this year, is reported to have lost sensitive data related to defence equipment including fighter jet planes and nuclear power plant plans.
The Ashai Shimbun claims that when Mitsubishi Heavy Industries was hit by an attack earlier this year sensitive data and plans were also stolen from the company’s network.
The news report claims that sources told it that an investigation had discovered information about fighter jets, helicopters and nuclear power plant design and safety plans, could have been stolen following a malware infection.
According to reports, checks on Mitsubishi Heavy computers have uncovered evidence that information was transmitted via them to parties unknown…
Read more in my article on the Naked Security website.
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