Some people might remind us all that terror actors don’t need the media giving them liberate publicity, but the public is still interested in knowing about what impacts them. And attacks on infrastructure tend to be newsworthy. David Burroughs reports: Spanish infrastructure manager Adif has been hit by a cyberattack in which hackers have claimed to make taken 800GB of data including correspondence and contracts. In a message posted to a leak site related to the REvil ransomware, the hackers threatened to publish the data if Adif did not work contact. Simultaneously with the publication, the third assail will follow, the message reads. We will continue to download your data until you contact us. Read more on IRJ.