The vaccine, in the crosshairs of cybercriminal groups

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Rodrigo alonso

Madrid

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Cybercriminals don’t understand health crises. For them, any situation out of the ordinary is a good excuse to seek financial gain. Even if it is at the cost of health and even people’s lives. Cybersecurity experts consulted by ABC highlight that in recent months, attacks against laboratories -as well as against health centers and users- have become a constant and that, even, could put vaccination campaigns at risk that are being developed globally.

“From what we have seen so far, cybercriminals are using two variants to disrupt vaccine development. One of them is the theft of the intellectual property of the formulas,

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