Hyundai Motor Europe and a California union individually this week revealed that they had suffered cyberattacks final month and misplaced information to the respective risk actors.
Black Enougha bunch that first appeared in 2022 as a double-extortion operator, claimed to have stolen 3TB of information from Hyundai Motor Europe. The carmaker has not confirmed it suffered a ransomware assault, nor the boasts by Black Basta.
“Hyundai Motor Europe is investigating in a case in which an unauthorised third party has accessed a limited part of the network of Hyundai Motor Europe,” stated Hyundai. “Our investigations are ongoing, and we are working closely with external cybersecurity and legal experts.”
In the meantime, one other group affiliated with ransomware exercise, LockBitclaimed accountability for a cyberattack on Service Workers Worldwide Union (SEIU) Native 1000 in California.
The union released a statement on Facebook confirming that it skilled a community disruption on Jan. 18. Its assertion appeared to trace that the assault was ransomware-related.
“As we investigated the incident we learned that it was caused by certain data being encrypted. We are aware of the discussion happening on social media about the type of attack we are purported to have had and the actor by whom it was apparently done,” said the union. “We are currently working with outside experts to ensure ongoing network security and assist and advise as we continue to restore our operations. This incident was a criminal cyber act and is being treated as such as we assist law enforcement.”
Author: CISO2CISO Editor 2
Date: 2024-02-10 06:46:16