Hackers breached administrative IT systems of European power grid organisation

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Administrative IT systems of European power grid organisation breached by hackers
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Administrative IT systems of European power grid organisation breached by hackers

ENTSO-E's members include 42 electric transmission industry operators across 35 European countries

European power grid organisation ENTSO-E has disclosed that its administrative IT systems were recently cracked in a cyber attack, although it has claimed that its operational transmission system operator...

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