Emil Frey, a Swiss car dealer have released a statement confirming that they were hit with a ransomware attack last month.
The company, which is ranked as the number 1 car dealership in Europe, showed up on the list of victims for the Hive ransomware on February 1 later confirming that they were attacked in January.
“We have restored and restarted our commercial activity already days after the incident on January 11, 2022,” a spokesperson said. The company declined to answer more questions about whether customer information was accessed.
The company has about 3000 employees and generated $3.29 billion in sales in 2020 thanks to a variety of automobile-related businesses.
 
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