Two more cyber-attacks have hit Israel’s water management facilities, officials from the Water Authority said last week.
Officials said the attacks took place last month, in June, and didn’t cause any damage to the attacked organizations.
The first attack hit agricultural water pumps in upper Galilee, while the second one hit water pumps in the central province of Mateh Yehuda, local media reported last week.
“These were specific, small drainage installations in the agriculture sector that were immediately and independently repaired by the locals, causing no harm or any real-world effects,” the Water Authority said in a statement.
The two attacks come after Israel suffered a first cyber-attack on its water supply system in April.