Advantech reports the stolen data was confidential but did not contain high-value documents.
Industrial computer manufacturer Advantech has confirmed a ransomware attack that led to the theft of confidential, though low-value, corporate documents, BleepingComputer reports.
Advantech, a global leader of embedded and automation platforms for Internet of Things (IoT) system integrators, manufactures embedded PCs, industrial IoT (IIoT) devices, network devices, servers, intelligent systems, and intelligent healthcare tools among its many offerings.
The Conti ransomware group was reportedly behind this attack and demanded a $12.6 million ransom to both decrypt target systems and stop publishing the data they stole. They also claimed they would remove backdoors installed on Advantech’s network if the ransom was paid. Attackers began to leak stolen data on their ransomware data leak website on Nov. 26.
Advantech reports the affected server has been recovered and all key operating systems are functioning as normal.
Industrial computer manufacturer Advantech Co. Ltd. has been hit with a ransomware attack, and those behind the attack are demanding a ransom of 750 bitcoin ($13.8 million).
Based in Taiwan, Advantech is the world’s largest supplier of industrial computers, with a 34% market share as of 2018. The company also manufactures network devices, servers, industrial “internet of things” devices and healthcare solutions.
The attack took place on Nov. 19, according to Taiwanese media with Bleeping Computer, which reported separately Saturday that it involved Conti ransomware. Those behind the Conti ransomware attack are said to have offered full data decryption and a promise to delete the data they had stolen if the ransom was paid with a threat to start releasing stolen data if payment was not made.
By Nov. 26, no payment had been made and those behind the attack released a 3.03-gigabyte archive of Advantech data that they claim
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Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) Market
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ECI Software Solutions, a leader in cloud-based business management solutions, today announced that it has completed the acquisition of Glastonbury, CT-based Shoptech Industrial Software Corp., a provider of ERP software for job shops and made-to-order manufacturers. ECI previously announced, on September 9, that it signed a definitive agreement to acquire Shoptech, subject to regulatory approvals and other standard closing conditions. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Shoptech’s products help manufacturers better manage the complexities of their manufacturing operations, including quoting, scheduling, purchasing, shipping, and accounting, allowing them to run their businesses more efficiently and profitably. Shoptech will join ECI’s Manufacturing Division, which serves small- and medium-sized discrete manufacturers and job shops worldwide.
“ECI and Shoptech have a shared mission: to help manufacturers run and grow their businesses more efficiently and profitably,” said Ron Books, CEO, ECI. “We are thrilled to welcome the Shoptech team to the ECI family officially
The internet, where people shop, play games and catch up with friends, is on its way to becoming an important place where businesses keep track remotely of all kinds of data that can be supplied by sensors on the ground, in the air and on manufacturing equipment.
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Technavio has been monitoring the industrial automation and instrumentation market in India, operating under the industrials segment. The latest report on the industrial automation and instrumentation market in India, 2020-2024 estimates it to register an incremental growth of USD 2.58 bn, at a CAGR of over 10% during the forecast period. The report offers an up-to-date analysis regarding the current market scenario, the latest trends and drivers, and the overall market environment.
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Factors such as huge investments in 3D printing by start-ups companies, increased focus on high-volume production using 3D printing, high demand for 3D printing software to produce industry-grade parts, and ease in development of customized products, significant demand for online 3D printing are driving the growth of the industrial 3D printing market.
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Based on offering, services to be the fastest-growing segment between 2020 and 2025. Based on offerings, the industrial 3D printing market has been segmented into printers, materials, software, and services.The demand for services is expected to grow rapidly as most manufacturers are prototyping or manufacturing parts on demand.