Japanese Manufacturer Fujikura Global Hacked by Lockbit Gang.

January 12, 2023

The hacker group LockBit 3.0 has claimed Fujikura Global, the Japanese manufacturer of electrical and electronic products company, as its victim. A company issued press release confirms the attack: “We have confirmed that our group company in the Kingdom of Thailand received unauthorized access to its network by a third party on January 12, 2023.”

The threat actor claimed to have breached the corporate headquarters of the Japanese company and infiltrated each of its far-flung outposts around the world. The hacker group claims that the compromised data consists of a staggering 718GB of confidential and critical information pilfered from the company’s digital infrastructure. The purloined data encompasses a vast array of valuable assets, such as financial records, internal reports, certificates, correspondence, extensive internal documentation, tables, employee personal information, and much more.

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Hack on Kawasaki Heavy

June 11, 2020

Kawasaki Heavy Industries Ltd. discovered a data breach last June that may have occurred the previous September, company officials said Monday.

Kawasaki Heavy said it found fraudulent server access via a company unit in Thailand during a system audit on June 11 this year, and confirmed the possibility of data breach. The administrator identification and password of the company’s domestic system had been stolen, Kawasaki Heavy said.

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