Arms manufacturer Rheinmetall suffers cyber attack

Rheinmetall, a leading automotive and arms manufacturer, has suffered a cyber attack to the division of its business dealing with industrial customers, mostly in the automotive sector.
IT network security issuesRheinmetall, headquartered in Dusseldorf, Germany, revealed that its military division did not face any cyber security incident.

Rheinmetall is currently investigating the extent of the damages and is in close contact with the relevant authorities, a spokesperson said.

State prosecutors in Cologne said they were investigating the attack, declining to provide further details.

Rheinmetall Group’s annual sales are expected to rise to between €7.4 billion and €7.6 billion in 2023 vs €6.41 billion in 2022 vs €5.658 billion in 2021. Rheinmetall did not reveal the origin of the cyber attack.

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