(Reuters) – The Italian beverage group Campari said on Friday checks carried out after a hacking attack showed that data on some of the company's servers had been encrypted and some information had been lost. known for its red aperitif said it had been targeted by hackers around November 1st.
The encryption process makes data unreadable for its owners, who are generally asked to pay a ransom of hackers to regain access.
"Together with cyber security experts we have raised the issue and immediately introduced all possible additional security measures," Campari said in a note.
"We are still investigating the attack and … determine the extent to which any loss of confidentiality has occurred.
Campari said it had notified all relevant data protection authorities, as well as the Italian cyber police and the FBI. Catalog