(Reuters) – Cyber attacks have been carried out on the COVID-19 infrastructure for the distribution of vaccines, including a cold storage company, US Senator Gary Peters said on Thursday. -19 vaccine distribution infrastructure, Senator Peters said at a congressional hearing. "Just last month, a cold chain storage company also reported that they were the target of a cyber attack."
Sen. Peters made his comments during a hearing in the U.S. Senate Committee on Maritime Procedures and Capacity for the Vaccines, which is expected to begin moving across the United States in the coming weeks and months.
Richard Smith, vice president of FedEx Express, said his company had "hardened" its network to protect transports from cyberattacks but did not say if his company had any problems.
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