Parts of Honda’s global operations came to a halt after what appears to be a Snake ransomware attack, the company’s third cyber incident in 12 months.
“At this time Honda Customer Service and Honda Financial Services are experiencing technical difficulties and are unavailable,” the company tweeted Monday, confirming later to the BBC “that a cyberattack has taken place on the Honda network" rendering the company unable to access its servers and email among other systems and noting “an impact on production systems outside of Japan.”
The company also said that “work is being undertaken to minimize the impact and to restore full functionality of production, sales and development activities."
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