Earlier this month, Fujifilm was a victim of a ransomware attack. Cybercriminals demanded a ransom to bring the servers back, but the company refused to pay. Instead, they relied on backups and brought everything back to where it was.
Fujifilm has announced that its servers seem to have been under a ransomware attack. The company has decided to temporarily shut down its servers to protect the users, but also to conduct an investigation.
Back in August, it was reported that Canon suffered a ransomware attack that affected over 30 of its external and public services. In a recent statement, Canon confirmed that the incident occurred. The company added that the employees’ data were stolen in the attack, including their Social Security, driver’s license, and financial account number, electronic signature, date of birth, and more.
Canon has recently suffered a ransomware attack that affected over 30 of its external and public services, including email and USA website. According to the reports, 10TB of data and private databases have been stolen. And if Canon doesn’t pay the ransom, they will be leaked publicly.