Adam Bannister reports:
Vestas, the world’s largest supplier of wind turbines, has revealed that data has been compromised following a suspected cyber-attack.
In a statement posted today (November 22), the Danish energy giant said it “has already initiated a gradual and controlled reopening of all IT systems” after shutting down several operational IT systems as a precaution following a “cybersecurity incident” on Friday (November 19).
News of the incident first emerged on Saturday (November 20) when the company warned that “customers, employees, and other stakeholders may be affected by the shutdown”.
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