Fujifilm Shuts Down Network After Suspected Ransomware Attack

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Fujifilm is investigating a ransomware attack and has shut down part of its network to prevent the infection from spreading, according to BleepingComputer. 

Fujifilm, commonly known simply as Fuji, is a Japanese multinational company headquartered in Tokyo, Japan that began with optical films and cameras. It has since added pharmaceuticals, storage devices, photocopiers, and printers (XEROX), and digital cameras. 

In 2020, Fujifilm generated $20.1 billion in revenue and employed 37,151 people worldwide.  

Fujifilm announced today that its Tokyo headquarters was the victim of a cyberattack on Tuesday evening. It is suspected to be a ransomware attack. 

Fujifilm stated, “FUJIFILM Corporation is currently carrying out an investigation into possible unauthorized access to its server from outside of the company. As part of this in…

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