The shipping giant Pitney Bowes has confirmed a cyberattack on his systems.
The company stated in a statement that its systems were affected by a "malware attack" that encrypted information on its systems. 19659002] "At this point in time, the company has not seen any evidence that customer or employee data has been properly accessed," the statement said. However, many of its internal systems are offline and affect customer service and other business processes.
The company claims to be working with an outside consultant to resolve the issue. However, it is not immediately known what type of ransomware has encrypted their systems.
A speaker did not voice himself beyond the published statement when he was reached.
Pitney Bowes is a well-established shipping company that provides mailing services to sellers Worldwide, more than 1.5 million customers, including the Fortune 500. The company allows sellers to ship consignments and goods more easily and efficiently, and is frequent used by sellers in markets such as Etsy (19459012) and Shopify (19659002). Several Twitter customers complained that they were unable to complete basic tasks for their account. It is known that some account and product support pages and downloads are not available.
This is the latest episode of a series of attacks on well-known companies. In recent months, beverage giant Arizona Beverages, aluminum producer Norsk Hydro and science services company Eurofins have been hit by Ransomware.
Last week, the FBI warned against "heavy" ransomware attacks on larger companies.