news-highlightsFujifilm and Steamship Authority of Massachusetts Apparently Dealing With Ransomware Attacks

Fujifilm and Steamship Authority of Massachusetts Apparently Dealing With Ransomware Attacks

News Highlights

June 5, 2021

Fujifilm and Steamship Authority of Massachusetts Apparently Dealing With Ransomware Attacks


IndustryWeek Magazine recently covered the ransomware attack on Fujifilm.

The Japanese multinational conglomerate acknowledged unauthorized access, and is investigating a suspected ransomware attack, forcing the organization to shut down portions of its global network to prevent the attack’s spread.

K2’s CEO and Co-Founder, Pravin Madhani was tapped for commentary by IndustryWeek on the Fujifilm attack.

Click here to read more about the Fujifilm ransomware attack and K2’s commentary.

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