A drone mining company in Texas has been shut down after its website was hacked by a group claiming responsibility for a spate of deadly attacks on civilians in Pakistan.
A spokesman for a company called SNC-Lavalin SA said the company was “closed” after the hackers stole its personal information and personal photos.
“The company was closed on February 11,” said the spokesman, who spoke on condition of anonymity.
We are very worried about the security of our data and our privacy.””
SNC-lavalin is an independent mining company based in the United Arab Emirates.
We are very worried about the security of our data and our privacy.”
The attack is the latest in a series of recent cyberattacks that have hit mining operations in Pakistan, including a wave of high-profile cyberattacks in October, in which dozens of companies were targeted.
Pakistan’s government has blamed cyber criminals for the cyberattacks.
SNC will not be releasing any further information on this incident.””
Following the investigation, the company is temporarily shut down.
SNC will not be releasing any further information on this incident.”
The statement also said that “due to the severity of the attack, it is necessary to temporarily shut all our offices in Pakistan.”
The attacks are the latest attacks on companies in Pakistan that have received government sanctions over their dealings with drone-maker SNC.
A Pakistani official said last month that the government would sanction all drone-related entities in the country.