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Computerweekly: Foreign governments ?threaten UK?s national infrastructure?
Dec 01 2005 06:59AM
Topi Ylinen (topi ylinen hushmail com)
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Foreign governments ?threaten UK?s national infrastructure?
Speaking at the launch of the Sans Top 20, Roger Cummings, director
of the National Infrastructure Security Co-ordination Centre
(NISCC), said the most significant electronic threats are content-
based, targeted Trojan horse email attacks from the Far East,
probing the infrastructure for information.
The NISCC said it is working with its equivalents in the countries
concerned to try to shut the attacks down, adding that for
diplomatic reasons it couldn?t name the countries concerned.
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