REUTERS/Kacper Pempel/Illustration No U.S. nuclear power plant has been penetrated in a cyber attack, an industry spokesman said on Saturday, when asked to comment on a U.S. government warning last week about a hacking campaign targeting the sector. The U.S. Department of Homeland Security and Federal Bureau of Investigation said in a report dated Wednesday that nuclear sector was among those targeted in a hacking campaign data back to at least May. Hackers used "phishing" emails to obtain credentials to gain access to networks of their targets, according to a report from the two agencies, which Reuters reported on Friday. “None of America’s 99 operating nuclear plants have been penetrated by a cyber attack," said John Keeley, a spokesman for industry trade group Nuclear Energy Institute. If a plant's operations had been breached, that would require mandatory notification to the ชุดผ้าปูที่นอน 6 ฟุต Nuclear Regulatory Commission, which would notify the public, he said. Those requirements do not cover cyber intrusions on business networks of firms that operate nuclear power plants, said Keeley. ผ้าปูที่นอนราคาถูก He said had no information as to whether such attacks had occurred. Nuclear Regulatory Commission spokesman Victor Dricks declined to comment on the joint report, saying the agency does not comment on security-related issues.
This has come about said Hull as a result of a dispute between the two partners and that the email notice about the sale, and signage on the building have been done without her knowledge or permission. She has been advised to stay away from the warehouse on the advice of her attorney. Hull said the claim of a "family emergency" is untrue and that she has been personally threatened by her partner. When reached by the Herald Popa said, "The sale is as real as real can be. Kate stole my wallet, cell phone and my computers and is in possession of stolen property. There'a a felony criminal investigation pending and I can't say anymore about it." Popa said hundreds of people have shown up and purchased things at the store in the last day or so and the sale is continuing. It's cash and carry only. Due to a "family emergency", Seattle Consignments at 2501 Harbor Ave. SW has announced they are closing after only 8 months in business. The family owned business was an outgrowth of a furniture staging company that has been in business for two years.
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