The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner has confirmed that it has made inquiries with Blackbaud, an American cloud software firm that was hit by ransomware and ended up paying a ransom to get its data decrypted.
American cloud software firm Blackbaud has back-flipped on a statement it made after a ransomware attack, saying on Wednesday that the attackers had actually managed to gain access to customer data.
American cloud software firm Blackbaud has confessed to having been hit by ransomware and paying a ransom as it was unable to block the attack before its data was exfiltrated, though it managed to prevent the encryption taking place.
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