The LockBit ransomware group has claimed that it has successfully landed a hit on Boeing.
The LockBit ransomware group has claimed that it has successfully landed a hit on Boeing. The aerospace giant confirmed that its parts and distribution arm did fall victim to a ransomware attack. Boeing was quick to say that the attack would not impact flight safety. The company said that it is investigating the incident and has hired a third-party security firm to help, along with seeking help from law enforcement.
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