Sept. 19, 2023, 12:15 a.m. | RSS Syndication

Australian Federal Police, Department of Home Affairs Reportedly Among the Victims
An April ransomware attack against one of Australia's largest law firms swept up the data of 65 Australian government agencies, the country's national cybersecurity coordinator said Monday. The Russian-speaking Alphv hacking group claimed responsibility earlier this year for hacking HWL Ebsworth.

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