Company Shut Down Part of Its Network That Was Compromised
Japanese conglomerate Fujifilm has shut down part of its network after it was compromised in a suspected ransomware attack, the company said in an update on Wednesday. The attack is the latest in a series of ransomware incidents targeting multinational companies.

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