Renault resumes production at Bursa plant

Renault resumes production at Bursa plant

Renault resumes production at Bursa plant

Additionally, Renault's alliance partner Nissan was hit by the attack at its Sunderland facility, with far-reaching impacts on production of vehicles including the Nissan Qashqai and Infiniti Q30.

Renault-Nissan said yesterday that output had returned to normal at almost all its plants, after a global cyber attack caused widespread disruption including stoppages at several of the auto alliance's sites.

The statement released by the Renault group indicated that the company has been affected by the cyberattack since Friday, and the necessary steps have been taken to prevent the spread of the global attack.

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Britain's National Health Service declared a the attack a "major incident" after cyber attacks hit dozens of its hospitals on Friday.

The Sandouville representatives said that disruption would be minimal, as no full production was planned for the weekend.

AFP news agency reported Saturday morning that production at Renault has halted due to the cyberattack. The Slovenian plant produces the Renault Twingo (pic above) and Clio hatchbacks. The Renault Trafic van and variants for other automakers are produced at the factory.

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Paul Pratley of London-based MWR Infosecurity said WannaCry had in many cases hit budget-strapped organizations or older business units where it no longer made economic sense to upgrade hardware or software aggressively.

"Like many organisations around the world, some Nissan entities were recently targeted by a ransomware attack".

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The cyber criminals tricked victims into opening emails containing malicious malware attachments in the form of invoices, job offers, security warnings, and other legitimate files.

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