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Britain's cybersecurity chief: Russia tried to hack UK media, telecoms, and energy

Business Insider Wednesday, 15 November 2017 ()
Britain's cybersecurity chief: Russia tried to hack UK media, telecoms, and energy**

· *The head of the National Cyber Security Centre confirms "Russian interference" in UK media, telecommunication and energy sectors over the last year.*
· *"Russia is seeking to undermine the international system. That much is clear."*
· *Comments come amid scrutiny of Russia's influence in last year's Brexit...
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