Siemens Energy confirms data breach after MOVEit data-theft attack

Siemens Energy has confirmed that data was stolen during the recent Clop ransomware data-theft attacks using a zero-day vulnerability in the MOVEit Transfer platform.

Today, Clop listed Siemens Energy on their data leak site, indicating that data was stolen during a breach on the company.

While no data has been leaked at this time, a Siemens Energy spokesperson confirmed that they were breached in the recent Clop data-theft attacks utilizing a MOVEit Transfer zero-day vulnerability tracked as CVE-2023-34362.

Siemens Energy says that no critical data was stolen, and business operations were not impacted.

“Regarding the global data security incident, Siemens Energy is among the targets,” confirmed Siemens Energy to BleepingComputer.

Along with Siemens Energy, Clop claim to have stolen data from MOVEit Transfer systems of another industry giant, Schneider Electric.

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