Hackers posed as recruiters working for US defence giants Collins Aerospace and General Dynamics on LinkedIn to break into the networks of military contractors in Europe, researchers say. Photo: Shutterstock Hackers posed as recruiters working for US defence giants Collins Aerospace and General Dynamics on LinkedIn to break into the networks of military contractors in Europe, researchers say. Photo: Shutterstock
Hackers posed as recruiters working for US defence giants Collins Aerospace and General Dynamics on LinkedIn to break into the networks of military contractors in Europe, researchers say. Photo: Shutterstock

Cyber spies posed as recruiters for US companies on LinkedIn to hack European defence firms

  • Hackers posed as recruiters working for US defence giants to break into the networks of military contractors in Europe, cybersecurity researchers say
  • The cyber spies were able to compromise the systems of at least two defence and aerospace firms in Central Europe last year

Topic |   LinkedIn
Hackers posed as recruiters working for US defence giants Collins Aerospace and General Dynamics on LinkedIn to break into the networks of military contractors in Europe, researchers say. Photo: Shutterstock Hackers posed as recruiters working for US defence giants Collins Aerospace and General Dynamics on LinkedIn to break into the networks of military contractors in Europe, researchers say. Photo: Shutterstock
Hackers posed as recruiters working for US defence giants Collins Aerospace and General Dynamics on LinkedIn to break into the networks of military contractors in Europe, researchers say. Photo: Shutterstock
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