US Nuclear Regulatory Commission Hacked, Government Confirms

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC), the US government agency that monitors US nuclear reactors and weapons-grade nuclear materials, was hacked by unknown attackers, the commission confirmed in an e-mail statement to ValueWalk.


Nuclear Regulatory Commission reports no damage or document leaks
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission's Computer Security Office detects and thwarts the vast majority of such hacking attempts and is said to have been successful with these most recent attempts.  No damage was reported to NRC systems nor any classified documents taken. The few . . .

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