Boeing-owned navigation and flight planning tool provider Jeppesen has been hit by a cyber incident that has resulted in flight interruptions, reports The Record, a news site by cybersecurity firm Recorded Future.
Despite some disruptions in flight planning, the cyberattack has not been found to threaten aircraft or flight safety, according to a Boeing spokesperson.
"We are in communication with customers and regulatory authorities, and working to restore full service as soon as possible," the spokesperson added.
While there were no details provided regarding the degree of the disruptions, current and new Notice to Air Missions receipt and processing are expected to have been affected by the incident.
Moreover, the attack is believed by Live And Lets Fly travel blog owner Matthew Klint to involve ransomware although such has not been confirmed by the Boeing spokesperson.
Jeppesen's cyber incident comes months after ransomware attacks against India's SpiceJet airline and Accelya.
Okta had 4,961 current and former employees' data, including names, health insurance plan numbers, and Social Security numbers, compromised following a breach at its third-party vendor Rightway Healthcare, reports The Register.
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