Ransomware cyberattack interrupts press distribution in the U.S.
Tribune Publishing, which produces America's leading newspapers, was the victim of a ransomware cyberattack by the Ryuk family that paralyzed the printing and delivery of several major U.S. newspapers over a weekend.
Newspapers affected by the attack include the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, the Chicago Tribune and Baltimore Sun.
Marisa Kollias, Tribune Publishing spokeswoman , explained that the personal data of subscribers, online users and advertising clients had not been compromised, nor had the company's websites or mobile applications.
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