INCIDENT: Auto Parts Supplier Suffers Ransomware Attack

Global automotive parts supplier Denso suffered a ransomware attack last week, company officials said.
The ransomware attack group was Pandora. Japan-based Denso officials said they detected unauthorized access using ransomware at Denso Automotive Deutschland GmbH, a group company that handles sales and engineering in Germany, on Thursday (March 10).
Denso “promptly responded,” spokeswoman Izumi Saito said Sunday in a published report. Eventhough the company is still reeling from the attack, it has not had an impact on operations, Saito said.

Incident Date

March 10, 2022

Location

Germany

Estimated Cost

Unknown at this time.

Victims

Type of Malware:

No Malware identified

Threat Source:

References:

  • Automotive giant DENSO hit by new Pandora ransomware gang
  • Auto Supplier’s German Group Hit By Ransomware

Industries:

Impacts

IT

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