On June 4, Fujifilm said it fell victim to a ransomware attack on June 1 which forced the company to shut down its network and servers across the globe. While most regions were able to get back up and running fairly quickly, Japan suffered the biggest impact.
However, this Monday Fujifilm said it had restored all operations.
The Tokyo-based company also said it did not end up paying any ransom, but instead restored operations using backups, with its computer systems in the U.S., Europe, the Middle East and Africa.