European energy company giant Enel Group suffered a ransomware attack a few days ago that impacted its internal network. Detected on June 7, the incident is the work of EKANS (SNAKE) ransomware operators, the group that also targeted Honda earlier this week. Enel Group confirmed for BleepingComputer that its internal IT network was disrupted on Sunday evening following a ransomware attack caught by their antivirus before the malware could spread. Dealing with the incident required isolating the corporate network for a limited time, “to carry out all interventions aimed at eliminating any residual risk.” All connectivity was safely restored on early Monday morning, the company says.
Source: Bleeping Computer