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In a shocking revelation, a hacker operating under the pseudonym “DuckyMummy” has been selling access to Greek Police webmail accounts on the Dark Web and the website. Priced at $200 per account, these credentials open a window into a trove of sensitive information shared daily by the Greek Police, raising serious security concerns.

Despite the alarming nature of this breach, it remains unclear whether the relevant authorities are aware of the compromise. “DuckyMummy” has not only advertised the sale but also posted screenshots as proof, showcasing some of the stolen credentials and access to the Greek Police systems.

This incident underscores the critical need for robust cybersecurity measures within law enforcement agencies, as the exposure of sensitive information could have far-reaching consequences for public safety and national security.

Adding to the gravity of the situation, Greece’s compliance systems, especially within the public sector, are notably below par when it comes to GDPR. This lack of robust data protection frameworks makes such breaches not only more likely but also more damaging. The Greek public sector’s deficiencies in implementing GDPR protocols further exacerbate the risk to citizen data, highlighting a pressing need for systemic improvements and stricter enforcement of data protection laws.

As the story unfolds, the breach serves as a stark reminder of the vulnerabilities within public sector cybersecurity infrastructure and the urgent need for enhanced data protection measures to safeguard sensitive information.

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