Vaccines: hacker attacks on Irbm, the public prosecutors in Rome launch an investigation

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The prosecutors of Rome have launched an investigation after a complaint presented in relation to some hacker attacks suffered in recent weeks by the Irbm of Pomezia.

This is the company that is collaborating with the University of Oxford on the vaccine for Covid and which will be marketed by AstraZeneca.

The proceeding, coordinated by the deputy prosecutor Angelatonio Racanelli, was opened for the crime of abusive access to the computer system. The investigations were delegated to Cnaipic, the National Cybercrime Center for the Protection of Critical Infrastructures, of the Postal Police.

 

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