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Tuesday, February 14, 2012
Philips Investigates Cyber Security Breach


Philips Electronics said it shut down one of its servers on Monday because it learned about a possible security event.

The company said that some small websites used for campaigns and marketing promotions had been possibly attacked. Philips said within an hour of becoming aware of the event, the compromised server was shut down.

"We are currently assessing the nature and extent of information that may have been accessed and a full investigation is in place," Philips said.


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