A ransomware group admitted to hacking three New Zealand businesses, Stuff reports. The subjects of the attacks were property maintenance company Phoenix Services, painting supplies company Haydn, and Inline Plumbing. Hackers threatened to post stolen data despite all three companies believing no user data was involved. A spokeswoman for the New Zealand's Office of the Privacy Commissioner said none of the three companies reported data breaches. Editor's note: The IAPP's Joe Duball discussed all things ransomware with Guillermo Christensen and Alex Iftimie.
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