Nvidia Says Hackers Stole Company Data During The Cyberattack

On a Media report, US chipmaker Nvidia has confirmed some of its data was stolen as part of a cyberattack that occurred last week.

In a statement a company spokesman say “We are aware that the threat actor took employee credentials and some Nvidia proprietary information from our systems and has begun leaking it online”.


According to PCMag, a group called LAPSUS$ is claiming responsibility for the attack. LAPSUS$ said they obtained 1TB of data, including schematics and driver source code. Nvidia did not specify exactly what was stolen from its computer systems.

Collective cryptocurrency demands ransom to prevent Nvidia’s files from becoming public. The agency said Nvidia has not contact it. In a report said, It is unlikely Nvidia will get in touch. Following last year’s Colonial Pipeline cyberattack, the Biden organization has firmly deterred organizations from helping out programmers.

According to Nvidia “We do not anticipate any disruption to our business or our ability to serve our customers as a result of the incident,”

After becoming aware of the February 23 attack, Nvidia says it has called law enforcement and is working with cybersecurity experts to respond to the incident.

The Agency said “We have no evidence of ransomware being deployed on the Nvidia environment or that this is related to the Russia-Ukraine conflict”.

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