Fujitsu Hacked with Malware, Company Warns of Data Breach

Written by Gabby Lee

March 19, 2024

Fujitsu Hacked with Malware, Company Warns of Data Breach

Fujitsu Limited has reported the detection of malware on some of its operational computers, leading to possible personal and customer data breach.


In response to the Fujitsu Hack, the company has promptly taken steps to isolate the affected computers and strengthen its system monitoring to prevent any future occurrences.

Fujitsu, a prominent Japanese information and communication technology (ICT) company, offers a comprehensive range of technology products, solutions, and services.

With a workforce of around 130,000 employees, Fujitsu serves customers in over 100 countries worldwide.

Hackers Stolen Personal Information in Fujitsu Data Breach

Following the detection of malware attack, Fujitsu undertook a thorough internal investigation, which revealed the potential unauthorized access and extraction of sensitive personal and customer data.

To address this issue, the company has implemented robust security measures, including isolating the affected computers and strengthening network surveillance to minimize the risk of data compromise.

Fujitsu is currently conducting an extensive investigation to determine the method of malware intrusion and ascertain whether any information has been leaked.

As part of its proactive approach, the company has reached out to individuals and customers who may have been impacted by this incident to provide them with relevant information.

Furthermore, Fujitsu has promptly notified the Personal Information Protection Commission about the potential data breach, demonstrating compliance with regulatory obligations and a commitment to transparency.

To date, there have been no reports indicating any misuse of the potentially leaked personal or customer information.

Fujitsu remains fully dedicated to ensuring the security and privacy of its stakeholders’ data and is taking comprehensive measures to address this incident.

The company sincerely apologizes to its stakeholders and customers for any inconvenience or concern caused by this matter.

Fujitsu says it is determined to uphold the trust of its customers and the public by implementing robust security measures and maintaining open and transparent communication throughout this incident.

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