The multinational energy company, Enel Group, have suffered another ransomware attack for the second time this year. This attack was by Netwalker, who are demanding $14 million ransom for the decryption key and for them not to release stolen data.
Enel is one of the largest companies in the European energy sector, spanning across 40 countries, with over 61 million customers. In August they ranked 87th in the Fortune Global 500, with a revenue of almost $90 billion.
Netwalker has reportedly stolen around 5 terabytes of data from Enel and is prepared to make part of it public in the upcoming week if they are not paid the ransom. Netwalker also said that the would “analyze every file for interesting things” and publish what they find on their leaks site.