(CNN) — The world’s largest meat supplier was hit with a cyber attack.
‘JBS USA’ is a leading processor of beef, pork, and other prepared foods in the U.S.
Monday, JBS said an ‘organized cyber-security attack’ targeted some of its servers for North America and Australia.
The company said there’s no indication data has been compromised or misused.
It also says it has contacted the proper authorities. It’s unclear how consumers might be affected by the cyber-attack.
In Illinois, JBS owns a plant in Beardstown.
Read the full media statement from JBS here:
On Sunday, May 30, JBS USA determined that it was the target of an organized cybersecurity attack, affecting some of the servers supporting its North American and Australian IT systems. The company took immediate action, suspending all affected systems, notifying authorities and activating the company’s global network of IT professionals and third-party experts to resolve the situation. The company’s backup servers were not affected, and it is actively working with an Incident Response firm to restore its systems as soon as possible.
The company is not aware of any evidence at this time that any customer, supplier or employee data has been compromised or misused as a result of the situation. Resolution of the incident will take time, which may delay certain transactions with customers and suppliers.
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