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Australian courier and logistics company, Toll Group, is gradually returning to its usual operations after a ransomware attack devastated its IT systems late last week. Toll has regularly updated its customers with information about the cyber incident that disrupted business.What was the cyber attack on Toll Group?
Logistics giant Toll Group says it suffered a second major cyber attack this year, revealing it has closed numerous internal and customer-facing systems after being infected by a new form of ransomware.Who is Toll Group and what does it do?
The Australian logistics giant Toll Group has experienced another ransomware attack causing unexpected delays to its customers. This is the second ransomware attack to strike the company within three months. Toll Group is a Japan Post Holdings subsidiary and operates in 50 countries with more than 1,200 locations and 40,000 employees.Is the toll group going to pay ransom?
As with the first ransomware attack on Toll Group earlier this year, Toll has publicly declared it will not pay. “Toll has no intention of engaging with any ransom demands, and there is no evidence at this stage to suggest that any data has been extracted from our network,” it said.