9 June 2021
FujiFilm Hit By Cyber Attach
FujiFilm said it did not pay any ransom
FujiFilm said it did not pay any ransom
Fujifilm has recently suffered an unauthorized access to their serves, which forced them to shutdown their network. The unauthorized access we recognized on the night of June 1, 2021 was ransomware.  Fujifilm  also announced a delay in shipping of some product as a consequence of the network black-out.  Fujifilm refused to pay any ransom and restored the servers from backups. The company’s computer systems in the US, Europe, the Middle East and Africa are now “fully operational and back to business as usual.
Cyber attach impacted operations worldwide
Cyber attach impacted operations worldwide
 In its latest statement on the matter, Fujifilm Corporation said that it was able to bring its network, servers and computers back into safe operation on 4 June “with a clear understanding of the extent of the impact”.  It has also restarted some product deliveries, which were particularly hard hit by the cyberattack. Fujifilm  does not comment on the demand but I can confirm we have not paid any ransom,” the Fujifilm spokesperson said. Fujifilm is not the first industry manufacturer to be targeted by cyber criminals. Cyber attackers targeted inkjet developer Xaar last year. 
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