[SecurityWeek] Medical Technology Company Olympus Discloses Cyberattack

Japanese medical technology company Olympus this week revealed that its operations in the Americas were affected by a cyberattack.

Detected on October 10, the attack forced the company to shut down some of its systems, but Olympus says that it is already working on restoring them back to normal.

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