Bureau Veritas announces that, thanks to its cybersecurity system preventive and contingency measures, all of its businesses have been able to continue operating.
Bureau Veritas was the victim of a cyber attack in late November. In response, all the group’s cybersecurity procedures were immediately activated. A preventive decision has also been made to temporarily take the servers and data offline.
Now, BV informed that more than 80% of its operations are running at a normal level.
Some regions still have IT systems running at a reduced rate, but it continues to have preventive measures in place.
The company expects to recover most delayed activities in a short period of time. We are evaluating any potential impact
Furthermore, wind turbine manufacturer Vestas informed that on 19 November it has been impacted by a cyber security incident. To contain the issue, IT systems are shut down across multiple business units and locations.
The company’s preliminary findings indicate that the incident has impacted parts of Vestas’ internal IT infrastructure and that data has been shared externally.
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