UN Aviation Agency Attempted Coverup, Minimization Of 2016 Cyberattack

Another reason to not put significant trust in the United Nations.

“In an email to the ICAO, the Lockheed Martin cyberintelligence analyst described the attack as “a significant threat to the aviation industry.” It had the characteristics of a “watering hole attack” that targets visitors to a website. The UN agency, working with 192 member states and industry groups, is responsible for setting international civil aviation standards, including for safety and security.” – via PhysOrg

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