Updated July 17, 2019
United States Border Patrol
Following a cyber-attack on customs and border protection (CBP)
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Unknown attack on a surveillance company
The attack revealed the faces of fewer than 100,000 passengers;
Labels, equipment diagrams, personnel documents, companies
Plans, financials, concessions and other personal information,
According to the Washington Post
Announcing the attack last month, CBP announced it had submitted anonymous number plates and passenger copies.
Photos are sent to your private network in violation of agency rules.
Perfectika later said in a statement
On Tuesday, he denied any contamination and said it was illegal
He said he was willing to meet with the government to make a mistake
Supporting the IBL project
The fines prevent the contractor from running a federal business
Maybe the government and business will sit down with the government
Black list. SC Media tried to contact something that was understandable, but has not yet responded