Nordex Group, a major German wind turbine manufacturer, suffered a cyberattack on the 31 March 2022.

According to Nordex, the attack was discovered early by IT security teams, who reacted quickly.

The company has announced that IT systems across multiple locations and business units were shut down as part of their response protocols.

The company has said in a statement: “Nordex turbines continued operating without restrictions and wind farm communication with grid operators and energy traders was, and remains, unaffected.”

Both internal and external IT experts are currently investigating the cyberattack. Early reports suggest that it only affected internal IT infrastructure.

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