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Here Are 24 Reported Victims Of The SolarWinds Hack (So Far)

From tech giants, internet service providers and IT solution providers to federal agencies and county governments, here’s a deeper look at 24 of the publicly identified victims of the colossal SolarWinds hack.

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Defense Department

Parts of the Pentagon were also affected by the SolarWinds hack, The New York Times reported Dec. 14, though U.S. officials said at the time they were not yet sure to what extent. Some Trump administration officials acknowledged Dec. 14 that parts of the Pentagon had been compromised in the breach, according to The New York Times.

“The D.O.D. is aware of the reports and is currently assessing the impact,” Russell Goemaere, a Pentagon spokesman, told The Times on Dec. 14. Then on the night of Dec. 16, the Defense Department said in a statement that it has “no evidence of compromise of the [Department of Defense Information Network],” though FedScoop said it’s unclear if other parts of DOD’s IT networks were comprised.

Public records show SolarWinds as a Defense Department vendor, and a security researcher told FedScoop that his team members have “personally used Orion within DOD networks.” “We continue to assess our DOD Information Networks for indicators of compromise and take targeted actions to protect our systems beyond the defensive measures we employ each day,” said Vice Adm. Nancy Norton.

 
 
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