European agency says hackers leaked stolen COVID-19 vaccine data

Por: The Hill Tech January 13, 2021


The European Medicines Agency (EMA) announced Tuesday that hackers had leaked information on COVID-19 vaccines stolen as part of a breach discovered late last year. “The ongoing investigation of the cyberattack on EMA revealed that some of the unlawfully accessed documents related to COVID-19 medicines and vaccines belonging to third parties have been leaked on the internet,” the EMA reported in a . “Necessary action is being taken by the... + full article

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