INCIDENT: Coca-Cola Hit in Cyberattack

A ransomware gang that falls on the side of Russia said it purloined 161 GB of data from the Coca-Cola company.
Stormous ransomware group said it hacked servers belonging to the Coca-Cola company. Coca-Cola officials, on the other hand, said they are looking into the matter and have contacted law enforcement.
A note on Stormous’ leak site says the they stole 161 GB of data. The stolen file list shows file names suggesting that threat actors stole financial data, passwords, commercial accounts, email addresses, and other data, according to a report on CisoAdvisor.

Incident Date

April 24, 2022

Location

United States

Estimated Cost

Ransomware Group asked $63,000 for 161 gigabytes of data.

Victims

Type of Malware:

No Malware identified

References:

  • It’s a Real Think: Coke Attacked

Industries:

Impacts

IT

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