JBS Shutters Five U.S. Plants After Ransomware Attack

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June 2, 2021
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Security Boulevard

How many alarm bells need to ring and disruptions occur before companies realize that, no matter the industry or position in the supply chain, they aren’t beyond the reach of motivated cybercriminals and must shore up their defenses? In the latest wake-up call, a “criminal organization likely based in Russia” sent meatpacking giant JBS USA Holdings a ransom demand during a weekend ransomware attack, prompting the U.S. to contact Russia’s government, a White House spokeswoman told reporters Tuesday.

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