Olympus, a Japanese company that manufactures optics and reprography products, reports that a portion of its IT system in the EMEA region was affected by a "potential cybersecurity incident." While Olympus has not identified an attacker, some reports suggest it is the BlackMatter ransomware gang.
Ireland's cybercrime police, the Garda National Cyber Crime Bureau, have conducted a "significant disruption operation" targeting the IT infrastructure of a cybercrime group, seizing multiple domains used in a May ransomware attack that disrupted Ireland’s national health services provider.
Local officials with the city of Rolle, located near Lake Geneva in Switzerland, have acknowledged that they initially misjudged the impact of a recent ransomware attack that reportedly led to the leak of residents' data on the darknet.
The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency is warning organizations to immediately patch the ProxyShell vulnerabilities in Microsoft Exchange email servers because security researchers say ransomware gangs are exploiting these flaws.
Security researchers are tracking several ransomware gangs that are attempting to exploit a series of bugs in Microsoft Windows collectively called "PrintNightmare." Meanwhile, Microsoft has published an out-of-band alert about another zero-day flaw related to the PrintNightmare vulnerabilities.
The RansomEXX gang reportedly hit Taiwan-based computer hardware maker Gigabyte last week with a ransomware attack that temporarily shut down its website and other internal services. The attackers have now reportedly threatened to leak 112GB of business data if a ransom is not paid.