Honda halts car delivery due to cyber attackJune 9, 2020
Honda was forced to temporarily suspend the supply of its cars to customers from a number of factories in Japan after a full-scale failure of the internal network, which is allegedly associated with a cyber attack.
According to Japanese media, the crash occurred on the morning of June 8. As a result of the breakdown, the system for registering information about the inspection of cars at three of the company’s factories completely failed.
Currently, the electronic system of the company has been restored, experts have launched an investigation into a likely cyber attack. The concern has suspended access to its internal network.
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