The chief executive of Hacking Team has finally spoken out about the cyberattack which allowed sensitive corporate data, exploits and customer history to enter the public domain.
Founded in 2003, Hacking Team provides surveillance tools and spyware to government agencies, intelligence outfits and law enforcement worldwide. The company's operations have always been a closely-guarded secret; however, a recent cyberattack has changed the company -- potentially in a fatal manner.

This month, the surveillance firm suffered a data breach leading to 400GB of stolen data being released online. WikiLeaks has also published a treasure trove of emails contained within the files.

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