(Bloomberg) -- Denmark says staff at its universities have been targeted in a cyberattack conducted by a foreign state.
A foreign power has had access to “several” email accounts of current and former university staff members after successful phishing attacks dating back to the period 2014-2016, the Danish Defence Intelligence Service said in a statement Friday. Authorities have now contacted the affected staff.
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