Law firm Campbell Conroy & O’Neil has warned of a breach from late February which may have exposed data from the company’s lengthy client list of big-name corporations including Apple and IBM.
The breach, which was discovered on 27 February 2021 when a ransomware infection blocked access to selected files on the company’s internal systems, has been blamed on an unnamed “unauthorised actor.”
At the time of writing, none of the usual suspects had claimed responsibility. For REvil, one of the biggest and most successful ransomware groups, that’s no surprise: its websites have been down for a week and counting after a wide-ranging attack on IT management firm Kaseya and its clients.
Source: The Register