Energy One

A hack has targeted Energy One, an Australian company that offers software goods and services to the energy industry.

Monday, Statement, Energy One

“The incident, which affected several corporate systems in Australia and the UK, was discovered on August 18. Energy One has restricted some connections between its internal corporate systems and its consumer-facing services as part of its efforts to safeguard customer security.”

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Energy One is looking into the issue to see if any systems that deal with customers and personal information were affected. The business also attempts to identify the attacker’s first point of entry.

Although the company has not provided any other information regarding the incident, its statement raises the possibility that it was a target of a ransomware attack.

Authorities in Australia and the UK have been alerted, and cybersecurity specialists have been enlisted to aid in the investigation.

Report, Searchlight Cyber, British Threat Intelligence Corp.

Hackers had demanded between $20 and $2,500 for early access to energy sector businesses worldwide.

 

Hackers can enter your systems via the support of the following things.

  1. RDP Access,
  2. Compromised Credentials, and
  3. Device Vulnerabilities (such as Fortinet products).

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