Tuesday, November 03, 2020

Cyber hacking iSentia

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    Media monitoring services are used by a number of Australian government departments to funnel the internet for discussion and media surrounding their department into digestible summaries.

Reports and alerts are then provided to media teams as well as senior management to keep them across the big issues affecting their area of interest.

In order to offer these services, media monitoring services need the contact details for a number of department employees, including senior figures, as well as potentially sensitive information on strategic priorities. It's not yet known whether these details have been captured by the attackers.

A number of government departments have been affected by a ransomware attack against media monitoring service iSentia

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