INCIDENT: Supply Chain Cyberattack Closes Ontario Cannabis Retail Corporation (OCS) Warehouse for Days.

Ontario Cannabis Store (OCS) said on August 9 it still can’t fulfill or deliver new orders after a cyber incident at the U.S. parent company of its distribution partner, Domain Logistics. As a result of the incident OCS has had to close its warehouse. The OCS says there is “currently no indication that OCS systems or its customers’ information was targeted or compromised as a result of this attack.”

Legacy Supply Chain - U.S. parent company of Domain Logistics - detected unusual activity on its network on August 5th. The IT network and a number of applications were taken offline "impacting order processing for a small number of Legacy customers".

Incident Date

August 5, 2022

Estimated Cost

unknown- shipments were halted for 5 days.

Type of Malware:

No Malware identified

Threat Source:

No threat source identified

References:

  • Ontario Cannabis Store to resume deliveries to pot shops following cyberattack on partner
  • OCS third party logistics provider subject to “cyber attack” last Friday, online and retail orders to be delayed
  • Update on Cyber Incident | August 12, 2022

Impacts

IT

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