Hackers hit Italian menswear brand Boggi Milano with ransomware

A file photo of Boggi Milano’s first boutique in Malaysia at Suria KLCC shopping. The hacker group called Ragnarok said on its dark web blog that it targeted Boggi Milano servers and stole about 40GB of corporate data including human resource files such as salary information. — ART CHEN/The Star

A group of hackers executed a ransomware attack Wednesday on Italian menswear premium brand Boggi Milano, according to people familiar with the matter and documents seen by Bloomberg.

The company confirmed that it was the victim of a cyberattack and that an investigation into the incident was under way. A Boggi Milano representative said the company didn’t believe the attack had any significant impact and that the company was cooperating with authorities.

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