Digital photography company Shutterfly faced a ransomware attack on Sunday. The Conti ransomware group reportedly attacked the company.
The company, in a statement, said portions of the Lifetouch and BorrowLenses business were affected. They also experienced interruptions with Groovebook, manufacturing offices, and some corporate systems.
Law enforcement has been contacted, and a cyber-security firm was also hired to help respond to the incident. Conti began leaking information it stole to a leak site, and the attack started about two weeks ago and involved a ransom demand in the millions.
Read More: Zdnet
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