Sunday, May 19, 2024

Fujitsu Hacked – Attackers Infected The Company Computers with Malware

Fujitsu Limited announced the discovery of malware on several of its operational computers, raising concerns over the potential leak of files containing personal and customer information.

The company has taken immediate action to isolate the affected computers and enhance the monitoring of its systems to prevent further incidents.

Fujitsu is a leading Japanese information and communication technology (ICT) company offering a full range of technology products, solutions, and services.

Approximately 130,000 Fujitsu employees support customers in more than 100 countries.

Hackers Stolen Personal Infomation

Upon detecting the malware, Fujitsu initiated a comprehensive internal investigation, which revealed that files containing sensitive personal and customer information could have been illicitly accessed and extracted.

The company has since implemented stringent security measures, including isolating the impacted computers and reinforcing surveillance across its network to mitigate the risk of data compromise.

Fujitsu is conducting an in-depth investigation to determine the method of malware intrusion and whether any information has been leaked.

While the investigation is ongoing, the company has proactively contacted individuals and customers potentially affected by this incident to inform them of the situation.

In addition, Fujitsu has reported the potential data breach to the Personal Information Protection Commission, which aligns with regulatory requirements and its commitment to transparency


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As of this date, no reports have indicated that the potentially leaked personal or customer information has been misused.

Fujitsu is committed to ensuring the security and privacy of its stakeholders’ information and is taking all necessary steps to address this incident comprehensively.

Fujitsu deeply apologizes to its stakeholders and customers for any trouble or worry this matter may have caused.

The company is dedicated to maintaining the trust of its customers and the public by implementing robust security measures and by being transparent in its communication regarding this incident.

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