Yakult Oz affirms cyber incident with confidence.

December 28, 2023
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Yakult Australia has confirmed a cyber incident that has affected its systems used in Australia and New Zealand. The company is working with cyber incident experts to investigate the extent of the incident and is currently determining which data and systems may have been impacted. Yakult Australia has notified the Australian Cyber Security Centre, the New Zealand National Cyber Security Centre, and other relevant authorities about the incident.

According to the report, 95GB of data has been leaked by a threat actor called DragonForce. It is not clear what information has been compromised or how the data breach occurred.

Yakult Australia, based in Victoria, is a beverage maker known for its fermented milk drink. Despite the cyber incident, the company is continuing to operate.

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