This is how the hacker attack on the automobile resource went

This is how the hacker attack on the automobile resource went
Pirate attack in Continental

The data flow in the automotive resource is now well documented.

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Dusseldorf The staff wanted answers, but Katja Dorfeld didn’t have any. In an internal webcast on the morning of November 15th, Conti’s CFO wanted to present the auto suppliers’ good numbers for the workforce’s third quarter. But they were on an entirely different subject: the Continental cyberattack.

The Handelsblatt published an article a few hours ago. It was about the list of publicly available hacker portfolios on the Darknet. He notes that cybercriminals may have seized sensitive data – also regarding Conti’s customers and employees.

The employees now wanted to know from Durfeld what specific information had been leaked and whether the company was in danger of being damaged. But the chief financial officer, who is also responsible for cybersecurity at the group, told them only what they had been hearing for days: The internal investigation was being conducted with the highest priority.

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