Technology Garmin confirms ransomware attack - system failures continue on
Ransomware gang says it breached one of NASA's IT contractors
DopplePaymer ransomware gang claims to have breached DMI, a major US IT and cybersecurity provider, and one of NASA IT contractors.In a blog post published today, the DopplePaymer ransomware gang said it successfully breached the network of Digital Management Inc. (DMI), a Maryland-based company that provides managed IT and cyber-security services on demand.
Canon is the latest to be hit by a possible ransomware attack .
After Garmin reportedly paid millions to get its systems online, Canon might also be victim to a ransomware attack, according to Bleeping Computer. More than 20 Canon domains, including its main US site, are affected or down, and attackers may have stolen up to 10TB of data. Canon hasn’t confirmed the ransomware attempt, saying in a statement that it’s “currently investigating the situation.” However, in a leaked email to employees, the company’s IT department said that it was experiencing a “wide spread system issues affecting multiple applications, [so] Teams, email, and other systems may not be available at this time.