As a logistic service provider, you want to serve your customers to the best of your abilities. However, when you store or transport dangerous goods, you must not only take your customers into account, you also need to meet several (inter)national rules.
Change is always around the corner, especially in the logistics industry. As a logistic service provider, you cannot keep doing what you have always done.
Today, court documents were unsealed detailing work Microsoft’s Digital Crimes Unit has executed to disrupt cyberattacks from a threat group we call Phosphorus – also known as APT 35, Charming Kitten, and Ajax Security Team – which is widely associated with Iranian hackers. Our court case against Phosphorus, filed in the U.S. District Court for Washington D.C., resulted in a court order enabling us last week to take control of 99 websites the group uses to conduct its hacking operations so the sites can no longer be used to execute attacks.
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