Moncler received a ransom request after the cyber attack it was the victim of on December 22, but “did not comply with the request, deeming it strongly contrary to its founding values”. But, according to the luxury and fashion group, after this refusal today hackers have published some of the stolen data on the dark web. While the investigation into the ransomware attack is still ongoing, Moncler confirms that the stolen information concerns its employees and former employees, some suppliers, consultants and business partners, as well as customers registered in its database. For customer information, the company reports that “no data relating to credit cards and other forms of payment has been stolen, as such data is not stored in its systems”. The group has “promptly informed all the competent authorities”, including the Guarantor for the protection of personal data. Moncler says it is “deeply sorry for what happened and for any inconvenience and concern this may have caused its stakeholders and ensures that it immediately activated a team of cybersecurity experts to tackle the illegal attack and that it has further strengthened the security measures. IT security on all its infrastructures “.
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