An India-based tech website TechNadu has reported that Tata Steel, an Indian multinational steel-making company, has been hit by the Windows REvil ransomware — also known as Sodinokibi — which reportedly attempted to extort the company to the tune of US$4 million (A$5.22 million) but failed.
Chinese PC manufacturer Lenovo has appointed Amar Babu to lead the company’s business in the Asia Pacific region, including Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, ASEAN, Australia, New Zealand, and India/South Asia.
The Indian Government has said a power outage in Mumbai last year was caused by human error, adding that no evidence exists to connect the incident to a "hacking attempt".
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