The National Cyber Security Centre announced that the U.K.
Hackers from overseas, many of which are nation-state actors, targeted government departments.
“The NCSC is the lead government
“A significant number of incidents continue to come from hostile nation states”
The National Cyber Security Centre revealed that it arranges meeting with political parties every three months to
According to the report of the NCSC, most of the attacks targeted government, universities, information technology, health care and transport.
The UK NCSC has also warned 56 banks that crooks were using cloned cards to steal funds from their customers.
“Banks swiftly put defensive measures in place that protect them against financial loss and reputational damage.” continues the report. “Most recently, the NCSC alerted 56 banks to a specific ATM cash-out threat after receiving actionable information.”
“As a result, the banks were able to block any attempt by the attackers to fraudulently withdraw money from customer accounts.”
The report also provides information about the most hacked passwords used by
The report warns that Russia, China, Iran and North Korea continue to pose strategic national security threats to the UK.
“From handling more than 600 incidents – many from hostile nation states – to equipping the public with the tools they need to stay safe online, we are employing our expertise on a number of fronts.” states the NCSC Chief Executive Ciaran Martin.
“I am proud to lead this
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