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Information on Dublin Airport staff affected by cyber attack

Information on Dublin Airport staff affected by cyber attack

In a recent cyber attack on a financial services company, information related to the salary and financial benefits of nearly 2,000 employees of Dublin Airport, the capital of Ireland, has been exposed.

Dublin Airport Authority (DAA) has confirmed the recent cyber attack on its third party supplier AON.

According to a report by the British newspaper Sunday Times, a DAA is among several global companies affected by the file transfer software tool 'Moveit' used by AON last month.

When asked by Reuters about the comments of DAA and AON, they did not respond.

Victims of cyber attacks on both sides of the Atlantic include various US government agencies, the UK's telecommunications regulator and top oil producer Shell. This security flaw was detected in Moveit, a product developed by US company Progress Software, in May.

Last Friday, the top semiconductor manufacturer 'Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC)' reported being a victim of this cyber attack.

Word of the Moveit hacking operation first surfaced on May 31. At that time, the US company Progress Software said that hackers had infiltrated the company's 'Moveit Transfer' tool. 


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