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Ransomware Attack on Colombian Energy Provider

Updated on 2022-12-16

Colombian energy company EPM underwent a BlackCat ransomware attack, taking down its IT infrastructure and websites. The threat actor claims to have stolen business data. Read more: Ransomware attack hits Colombian Energy Supplier EPM

EPM ransom note from BlackCat ransomware.

Overview: Ransomware Attack on Colombian Energy Provider

The network of Empresas Públicas de Medellín (EPM), a Colombian energy provider, was hit with a ransomware attack last week. Employees were instructed to work from home as the company’s IT system was down. The attackers are reportedly demanding a ransom in exchange for returning data they stole.


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