Malicious Software Infects Some U.N. Nuclear Agency Computers
According to an earlier Reuters UK report, The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), which is headquartered in Vienna, has confirmed that some of their computers had been infected with malware over the past couple of months. They also said, however, that no data has been compromised.
"The computers were located in common areas of the agency's headquarters in the Austrian capital, known as the Vienna International Centre (VIC), where IAEA staff as well as member state officials works and meet."
Serge Gas, director of public information, says that all necessary measures are being taken regarding the breach.