Posted November 05, 2019 06:25:09The internet was up and running again after a two-week outage caused by a cyberattack, but it was all down for the last two weeks.
The Federal Government has now made a series of decisions about the damage caused by the massive breach.
Key points:The Federal government is considering a range of options for dealing with the outageThe Federal Communications Commission is also reviewing the situationIt is understood there are concerns about the impact of a cyber attack on the internet, but that the Government is considering several options including changing the current structure of the internet for the sake of efficiency and efficiency aloneThe Federal Department of Communications (DFCC) said it had not yet considered whether to change the existing structure of how the internet works.
“We’re not going to make any decisions until we have a comprehensive review of the situation and that’s what the DFCS is doing,” a spokeswoman said.
“I think the best thing we can do at this point is make sure the process is fair and equitable and that the DFSC is working as best as possible.”
Ms Mutharika said the DFPC was not making any decisions yet.
“They’re in the process of working through that,” she said.