May 31, 2022: Foxconn Hit in Ransomware Attack for Second Time
Smartphone manufacturing giant Foxconn is recovering from a May ransomware attack that disrupted operations at one of its Mexico-based production facilities, officials said. This is the second attack the company suffered in two years.
Foxconn operates three facilities in Mexico, which produce computers, LCD TVs, mobile devices, and set-top boxes, formerly used by Sony, Motorola, and Cisco Systems.
The affected production plant is Foxconn Baja California, located in the city of Tijuana at the border with California, which specializes in the production of medical devices, consumer electronics and industrial operations.
November 29, 2020: Foxconn Hit By Ransomware
Electronics giant Foxconn suffered a ransomware attack at a Mexican facility over the Thanksgiving weekend.Foxconn is the largest electronics manufacturing company globally, with revenue of $172 billion in 2019 and over 800,000 employees worldwide. Foxconn subsidiaries include Sharp Corporation, Innolux, FIH Mobile, and Belkin.
November 10, 2019: Pemex Ransomware Attack
Pemex said that its oil and gas operations were not disrupted and storage was unaffected but some employees disagreed.