Vestas confirms spread of stolen data

Data from the OEM's IT systems have been stolen and offered to a third party, informs Vestas, which has "reasons to believe" that the leaked data mainly pertains to internal company matters, says CEO.

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The good news for Vestas is that almost all the group's IT systems are up and running again after the ransomware attack on Nov. 19.

Less fortunate for the manufacturer, however, hackers not only successfully breached the turbine maker's system, but also, "the stolen data has been leaked by the attackers and potentially offered to third parties," Vestas writes in a press statement Monday.

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