US car dealerships impacted by stalled cyberattack on software provider

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Key points:

  • Car dealership software-as-a-service platform CDK Global suffered a cyberattack, leading to disruptions in the sector.
  • The incident highlights the growing threat of ransomware attacks on businesses and the need for robust cybersecurity measures.

Software provider CDK Global, used by numerous US car dealerships and major companies, experienced a cyberattack, causing significant disruptions in the industry. The attack not only affected CDK’s systems but also impacted various operations at the dealership level, including CRM, financing, and back-office tasks. The incident underscores the vulnerability of businesses relying on external software solutions and the need for strong cybersecurity defenses.

Today’s cyberthreat landscape poses risks to entire industries, as seen in recent attacks on various companies. The interconnected nature of businesses means that a single breach can have far-reaching consequences. Robust cybersecurity measures are essential to safeguard operations and protect against increasing ransomware threats. Investing in cybersecurity is crucial for businesses to mitigate risks and ensure operational continuity.

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