An electronics company in Colorado has revealed a clear ransomware attack that caused disruption and extensive damage.
The Delta-Montrose Electric Association (DMEA) is a member-owned and operated rural electricity company operating in more than 34,000 customers in the Colorado counties of Montrose, Delta, and Gunnison. It is part of the Touchstone Energy Cooperatives, a coalition of more than 750 members across the United States.
DMEA last week revealed that it had found a breach of its internal network on November 7. The hacker attack caused disruptions to phone, email, payments, and customer account systems, as well as documents, spreadsheets, and “corrupted” forms.
Read More: Securityweek
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