She was managing the head United State, Joe Biden In conversations with Russia After a cyber attack using “ransomware” that infected a meat processor JBS A White House spokeswoman said on Tuesday that it appeared to be sourced from a criminal organization in the country.
The White House is coordinating efforts to respond to the attack, which is under investigation by the FBI. Authorities were notified by JBS of the attack over the weekend.
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a JBS from United State It was the target of a hacker attack on Sunday 30. According to the company, the attacks affected some of its servers that control systems in both the United States and the United States. Australia. The JBS Brazilian unit was also reached in Australia this weekend. The information has been confirmed before JBS Australia President Brent Eastwood to Beefcentral Gate on Sunday. According to the site, the company’s operations are in Canada Nor United kingdom They may also be affected.
According to information from JBS USA, resolving the issue can take time, which should “delay certain transactions with customers and suppliers”. JBS also stated that it is not aware, yet, if data from suppliers, employees, and customers has been compromised or improperly used.
The company said in a statement that it had taken “immediate measures to suspend all affected systems, notify the authorities, and activate the company’s global network of information technology and external specialists to solve the situation.” The company’s backup servers are unaffected and the company is working with a dedicated group to restore its systems as quickly as possible.
a JBS Australia He said he could not speculate about the resumption of treatment operations in the country, and said his first priority was to assess the impact and extent of the attack, according to the post. However, processing operations would be impossible without normal access to IT systems and the Internet. JBS’s Primo Smallgoods business in Queensland also affected.
(With information from Reuters)