Canon Suffers Ransomware Attack Impacting Numerous Services – Canon Disclosed Ransomware Attack In An Internal Notification To Canon Employees
Kehoe Law Firm, P.C. is making consumers aware that BleepingComputer has reported that “Canon has suffered a ransomware attack that impacts numerous services, including Canon’s email, Microsoft Teams, USA website, and other internal applications. In an internal alert sent to employees, Canon has disclosed the ransomware attack and [is] working to address the issue.” [Emphasis added.]
BleepingComputer reported that it “. . . obtained a screenshot of an internal message sent by Canon to employees that discloses the ransomware attack.” As reported by BleepingComputer, Canon’s internal message from its Crisis Management Committee can be viewed by clicking Canon ransomware message.
BleepingComputer reported that, “[a]fter contacting the ransomware operators, BleepingComputer was told . . . that the attack was conducted . . . when [the ransomware operators] stole ’10 terabytes of data, private databases etc’ as part of the attack on Canon.” [Emphasis added.]
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