So U.S. newspaper giant Gannett's goverment media division was the victim of a cyber attack earlier this month in which subscribers info was apparently accessed.
Given the fact that Gannett Government Media publishes Defense News, Armed Forces Journal, C4ISR Journal, Training and Simulation Journal, Federal Times and the Military Times family of papers, the hackers may have gained access to some senior government officials information.
No word yet on who may be behind the attack.
Hackers broke into a Gannett Co database containing personal information about subscribers to publications read by U.S. government officials, military leaders and rank-and-file soldiers, the media company said on Tuesday.Here's that June 7, Gannett announcement titled, A Message to Readers:
Gannett told subscribers via email that it discovered the breach of its_ Gannett Government Media Corp_ on June 7. It said it had previously notified subscribers of the breach via a notice on its website.
The Military Times family of websites suffered a cyber attack Tuesday. Affected were MilitaryTimes.com, Army Times.com, NavyTimes.com, Air ForceTimes.com, MarineCorpsTimes.com, and sister site DefenseNews.com.
Some users were unable to access parts or all of the websites. The problems have now been resolved and an investigation remains underway.