Magyar Telekom ties up with National Cybersecurity Institute

Friday 6 January 2017 | 11:21 CET | News
Hungarian operator Magyar Telekom has signed a cooperation agreement with the National Cybersecurity Institute (NKI) with the purpose of supporting safe internet use by the population. From 10 January, Magyar Telekom will send emails to all of its mobile and fixed internet subscribers who have provided their address and who have devices that NKI has told the operator have been subject to an internet attack.

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Magyar Telekom
Countries: Hungary
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