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Should cyber officials be required to tell victims of cyber crimes they’ve been hacked?

Since early December Germany’s Federal Office for IT Safety (BSI for its German initials) had been tracking a cyber attack targeting some of the country’s parliamentarians that ultimately led to the public release of their mobile phone numbers, credit card information and ID card details.

Only some MPs were informed by BSI about the attacks, while others learned about them only after the details were published in the media. MPs were outraged that BSI had failed to notify them that their personal data was being targeted, despite knowing about elements of the attack for up to four weeks.

Full article: Should cyber officials be required to tell victims of cyber crimes they’ve been hacked?

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