Kawasaki Kobe Shipyard in Japan. (663highland/CC BY-SA 3.0)

Some information from the overseas offices of Kawasaki Heavy Industries may have been leaked as a result of a breach, announced the manufacturer, which counts Boeing and the Japanese Defense Ministry among its customers.

A Kawasaki announcement said the scope of the unauthorized access spanned multiple domestic and overseas offices, causing a delay of several months before the company could formally announce the incidents.

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