Feb. 3, 2024, 1 a.m. | SC Staff

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Multinational building automation systems manufacturer Johnson Controls International has reported spending $27 million to remediate a ransomware attack in September attributed to the Dark Angels ransomware operation, which had demanded $51 million in exchange for a decryption tool and the deletion of more than 27TB of confidential information purportedly stolen from the conglomerate, BleepingComputer reports.

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