Australian logistics and transport firm Toll Group says that a ransomware group that attacked the company recently has accessed files on a corporate server that included employees' information such as names, residential addresses, age or date of birth and payroll information.
Attackers have accessed at least one corporate server at Australian transport and logistics firm Toll Holdings, where data about past and present employees is stored, the company says, adding that details of commercial deals was also stored on this server.
Transport and logistics provider Toll Group has suffered a Windows ransomware attack, the second this year, with the malware in question being Nefilim.
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