Cyber Weekly Digest - 2022 Week #11

Updated: Mar 25

In this week's digest we dive into some of the latest ransomware attacks to hit organisations around the globe, including an attack carried out by a new group called Pandora. Keep reading to stay up to date with this week's biggest cyber security news.

1. Car manufacturer Denso was hit by new Pandora ransomware attack.

Denso, a multibillion supplier to key automotive companies like Toyota, Mercedes-Benz and Ford, confirmed Monday that it was the target of a ransomware attack over the weekend. Denso confirmed the attack after a new ransomware gang Pandora began leaking files allegedly stolen in the attack. The Pandora group is relatively new, first being seen earlier this month. Data belonging to Toyota was leaked as part of the attacks, meaning this is the second time this year Toyota has been impacted by a supply-chain attack.

2. Ubisoft issues company-wide password reset following cyber attack.

Video game developer Ubisoft has confirmed that it suffered a 'cyber security incident' that caused disruption to its games, systems, and services. The data extortion group Lapsus$ appears to be behind the attack. As a precautionary measure, Ubisoft initiated a company-wide password reset. There is no evidence indicating any personal information of players was exposed during the incident. The company has confirmed that all Ubisoft games and services a