Being hit by ransomware assault that sees criminals steal details about your workers and passengers…
Being hit by ransomware assault that sees criminals steal details about your workers and passengers, AND then have the gang inform the world that your agency’s IT infrastructure is so chaotic, poorly-secured, and downright irritating that it refuses to repeat the assault.
That’s the humiliating slap within the face given by the Daixin Group ransomware gang to Air Asia which misplaced the private knowledge of 5 million passengers and all staff earlier this month.
As DataBreaches.internet reviews, the incompetence of AirAsia may very well have spared the airline from additional assaults:
“The chaotic group of the community, the absence of any requirements, triggered the irritation of the group and an entire unwillingness to repeat the assault,” the spokesperson for Daixin Group stated. “The group refused to choose by way of the rubbish for a very long time. As our pentester stated, ‘Let the newcomers kind this trash, they’ve a number of time.’”
“The interior community was configured with none guidelines and because of this labored very poorly. It appeared that each new system administrator ‘constructed his shed subsequent to the previous constructing.’ On the similar time, the community safety was very, very weak.”
AirAsia declined to touch upon the DataBreaches.internet report. Frankly you possibly can’t blame them for ducking that one.