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Hundreds of companies and organisations are being hit by a wave of cyber attacks, Microsoft has warned. The hacking appears to be being perpetrated by the same group as led last year’s massive SolarWinds cyber attack, it said. This time around, the attacks were looking to target “resellers and other technology service providers” of cloud services, Microsoft wrote in a new blog post.
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A new cyberattack is under way targeting the global tech supply chain, notably cloud services and technology providers, Microsoft (ticker: MSFT) said Sunday. The tech giant said that the group known as Nobelium, which it called a “Russian nation-state actor,” was behind the new disruption, first detected in May. The U.S. and other governments have identified Nobelium as the group that infected some 18,000 customers of software company SolarWinds Corp (SWI) with malware in 2020.
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Self-driving robots have started delivering parcels in certain Moscow neighbourhoods after tech giant Yandex teamed up with the state-run Russian Post service, the companies said on Monday. Yandex, which operates a raft of services from online search to ride-hailing, already uses robots for food delivery in Russia and on some U.S. college campuses in a partnership with GrubHub, but a tie-up with the federal post service could widen their reach. In a joint statement, Yandex and Russian Post said 36 rectangular, suitcase-sized robots would initially deliver from 27 post offices in several districts of the Russian capital as part of a pilot project, with parcel recipients able to select robot delivery using an app.
Blockchain has already improved companies’ ability to track the movement of goods. It’s now easy to envision a more efficient future in logistics through emerging decentralized technologies that help improve procurement practices and enable businesses to increase transparency about where products were manufactured, how they were delivered and under what conditions. There are potential upsides for businesses, workers and consumers.
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UK grocery chain Tesco has faced outages for two days after hacks, leaving many unable to order food.
The supermarket giant said it had suffered an outage due to an attempt to ‘interfere’ with its systems.
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Microsoft said Monday that the Russian-backed hackers behind the sprawling SolarWinds breach have targeted at least 140 companies "integral to the global IT supply chain" in a new effort to gain access to their customers' networks.Why it matters: Despite warnings of retaliation from President Biden, Nobelium, which has been identified by the U.S. government as being part of Russia’s foreign intelligence service, has continued major cyber espionage campaigns even after the attention it garnered f
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(Reuters) -A battle for control of the board of Rogers Communications Inc, one of Canada's largest telecoms companies, is headed to court after rival factions claimed they were in charge following a family feud that erupted into the open. Last week, the company's board voted to remove Edward Rogers, son of the late founder Ted Rogers, as chair after he tried to replace CEO Joe Natale with another executive. A Rogers Communications Inc spokesperson issued a statement on Sunday from Ted Rogers' widow and two daughters reiterating support for CEO Natale.
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