INCIDENT: Disney Toy Maker Extorted by Two Ransomware Gangs

BlackCat ransomware cartel claims to have obtained Jakks Pacific data. Two weeks ago, Hive ransomware posted Jakks Pacific on their leak site. Threat actors first hacked the maker of Super Mario, Sonic, Disney Princess, and other toys in early December.

“On December 8, 2022, JAKKS experienced a ransomware attack by inserted malware into JAKKS’ computer network which locked up our servers,” the company said in a statement.
At the time, Jakks Pacific believed that threat actors accessed personal information such as names, emails, home addresses, taxpayer ID numbers, and ‘banking information.’ The company said individuals and businesses were affected by the leak pointing to the attack impacting many customers.

Incident Date

December 8, 2022

Location

United States

Estimated Cost

Unknown

Type of Malware:

No Malware identified

References:

  • Toy maker Jakks Pacific victimized by a second cybergang
  • Toy maker Jakks Pacific reports cyberattack after multiple ransomware groups leak data

Industries:

Impacts

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