Ransomware attack on vendor disrupts 60 credit unions

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Outages have affected dozens of US credit unions as a result of a ransomware attack on a cloud computing vendor.

Trellance’s Ongoing Operations division reports that on November 26, it experienced an “isolated cyber security incident” that impacted the business operations of about sixty of its credit union clients. The vendor claims in a statement that it has notified federal law enforcement and that it has taken prompt action to address and investigate the incident.

The company claims that it is “reviewing the impacted data to determine exactly what information was impacted and to whom that information belonged”.

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