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Infosys unit in US hit by ransomware attack
McCamish Systems, a subsidiary of Infosys, has reportedly been hit by a ransomware attack, although Infosys has not disclosed the details of the incident. The attack is believed to involve a ransomware variant, and McCamish Systems is taking measures to mitigate the risks. The incident has led to the non-availability of certain applications and systems in McCamish. Speculation has arisen that the attack may be in response to a statement made by Narayana Murthy advocating for long working hours in the IT sector.
Infosys says US unit hit by cybersecurity attack, read company’s statement to BSE
Indian IT service provider Infosys has announced that its US unit, Infosys McCamish Systems, experienced a cyber security event, which led to the non-availability of certain applications and systems. Infosys is currently working with a cyber security company to resolve the issue and has launched an investigation to assess the impact on systems and data. Further details are not available at this time. The company has informed the Bombay Stock Exchange about the incident in compliance with SEBI guidelines.
Infosys says US arm hit by cybersecurity event
Infosys McCamish Systems, a subsidiary of Infosys BPM in the US, experienced a cybersecurity event that caused certain applications and systems to become unavailable. The company is working with a cybersecurity products provider to resolve the issue and has launched an independent investigation to assess the impact on systems and data. Infosys McCamish provides services to the financial services sector and is a software reseller for industry-specific clients. Infosys has also established a new proximity center in Sofia, Bulgaria to support its growth in Europe.