Close on the heels of an unsuccessful attack on global technology supplier Pitney Bowes, the people behind the Maze ransomware, which infects Windows systems, have hit the Belgian firm HLB, which has a global network of independent advisory and accounting businesses in 130 countries.
The Maze ransomware group has posted data from Berkine, a joint venture between Sonatrach, the state-owned oil company of Algeria, and the US firm formerly known as Anadarko Petroleum Corporation, through its subsidiary Anadarko Algeria Company.
Global insurance provider Chubb appears to have been hit by the Maze ransomware, which attacks Windows systems, the data breach monitoring and prevention service Under the Breach says, adding that the attackers have not yet provided any proof of the attack.
Many Australian small- and medium-sized enterprises believe they are less vulnerable to cyber incidents than their larger competitors, yet the majority of SMEs (60%) have experienced a cyber incident in the last 12 months.
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