[SecurityWeek] Fujifilm Restores Services Following Ransomware Attack

Japanese multinational corporation Fujifilm on Monday reported that it has restored operations following a recent ransomware attack.

Founded in 1934 and headquartered in Tokyo, the company operates in a broad range of areas, including photography, office and medical electronics, optics, biotechnology, and chemicals.

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