The Verdict reports Fujifilm Holdings refused to pay a ransom demand after an attack on the company’s network in Japan last week. The amount of the demand was not revealed. The company instead used backups to restore operations,
The company’s computer systems in the US, Europe, the Middle East and Africa are now “fully operational and back to business as usual”, a Fujifilm spokesperson told Verdict.
“Fujifilm Corporation in Tokyo does not comment on the demand but I can confirm we have not paid any ransom,” the Fujifilm spokesperson added. “Fujifilm does have backups in place as a part of its normal operation procedure aligned with its policy.”