Vestas' IT systems nearly all back online after cyberattack

Pretty much all of the company's IT systems are up and running again, informs the Danish wind OEM, which also reveals that the incident was likely a ransonware attack.

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Nov. 19, Vestas was hit by a cyberattack, and ten days later following extensive investigation and IT system reinforcement, the manufacturer informs that nearly all its systems are back online.

"We have been through some tough days since we discovered the cyber incident, and Executive Management and the Board of Directors are thus very pleased that the incident didn’t impact wind turbine operations and almost all of our IT systems are running again. There is still a lot of work ahead of us to and we must remain extremely diligent towards cyber threats," writes Vestas Chief Executive Henrik Andersen in a statement:

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