Santiago, June 16, 2022. An appointment is made to evaluate the State of Exception in the South Macrozone, with the presence of the Ministers of Defense, Maya Fernandez, the head of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and chiefs of the police, where the explanations for the complaint that the armed forces did not act in time, despite the warnings about the arson attacks that took place on Tuesday in Curanilahue.  Jonnathan Oyarzun/Aton Chile















The cyber attack had been warned in 2021, when that military department was in charge of the current commander in chief of the Army, Javier Iturriaga.

Thursday, September 22, 2022 6:45 p.m.

After the scandal over the hacking of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Guillermo Paiva left his position as head of the organization, in the midst of a series of meetings that were held during the day and where the government ordered a summary to determine responsibilities.

More than 400 thousand email messages from the Joint Chiefs of Staff would have been exposed with the cyber attack that had been warned in May, although press reports assure that in 2021 Microsoft alerted EMCO of the risk, when the chief of the institution was General Javier Iturriaga, current Commander in Chief of the Army.

The Minister of Defense, Maya Fernández, met this Thursday with the military authorities, after the Government ordered a summary and made the records available to the Military Justice. It should be noted that a crisis committee was created to analyze the scope of the leak.

Meanwhile, the Defense Commission of the Senate, and also the Chamber of Deputies, summoned the commanders-in-chief of the Armed Forces, Javier Iturriaga, from the Army; Arturo Merino Núñez, from the Air Force, and Admiral Juan Andrés de la Maza, from the Navy, to speak about this incident that would have compromised sensitive areas of defense and intelligence.

After the scandal over the hacking of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Guillermo Paiva left his position as head of the organization, in the midst of a series of meetings that were held during the day and where the government ordered a summary to determine responsibilities.

More than 400 thousand email messages from the Joint Chiefs of Staff would have been exposed with the cyber attack that had been warned in May, although press reports assure that in 2021 Microsoft alerted EMCO of the risk, when the chief of the institution was General Javier Iturriaga, current Commander in Chief of the Army.

The Minister of Defense, Maya Fernández, met this Thursday with the military authorities, after the Government ordered a summary and made the records available to the Military Justice. It should be noted that a crisis committee was created to analyze the scope of the leak.

Meanwhile, the Defense Commission of the Senate, and also the Chamber of Deputies, summoned the commanders-in-chief of the Armed Forces, Javier Iturriaga, from the Army; Arturo Merino Núñez, from the Air Force, and Admiral Juan Andrés de la Maza, from the Navy, to speak about this incident that would have compromised sensitive areas of defense and intelligence.

After the scandal over the hacking of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Guillermo Paiva left his position as head of the organization, in the midst of a series of meetings that were held during the day and where the government ordered a summary to determine responsibilities.

More than 400 thousand email messages from the Joint Chiefs of Staff would have been exposed with the cyber attack that had been warned in May, although press reports assure that in 2021 Microsoft alerted EMCO of the risk, when the chief of the institution was General Javier Iturriaga, current Commander in Chief of the Army.

The Minister of Defense, Maya Fernández, met this Thursday with the military authorities, after the Government ordered a summary and made the records available to the Military Justice. It should be noted that a crisis committee was created to analyze the scope of the leak.

Meanwhile, the Defense Commission of the Senate, and also the Chamber of Deputies, summoned the commanders-in-chief of the Armed Forces, Javier Iturriaga, from the Army; Arturo Merino Núñez, from the Air Force, and Admiral Juan Andrés de la Maza, from the Navy, to speak about this incident that would have compromised sensitive areas of defense and intelligence.

Source: radio.uchile.cl

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