Luxury Italian sports car manufacturer Ferrari announced on Monday, 20 March, that personal data belonging to its customers may have been exposed in a ransomware attack. A Twitter post by Troy Hunt, the creator of the Have I Been Pwned, revealed the notification letter Ferrari sent to its customer reveals that the information exposed in the attack includes name, address, email address, and phone number. However, the company stated there is no evidence that financial information had been compromised. In a statement, Ferrari said, “We can also confirm the breach has had no impact on the operational functions of our company.” Ferrari’s CEO, Benedetto Vigna, also confirmed the company had not paid the ransom demand.
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