Incident: Telstra service provider Schepisi Communications hit by cyber attack as hackers claim SIM card information stolen | The Australian

Incident: Telstra service provider Schepisi Communications hit by cyber attack as hackers claim SIM card information stolen | The Australian

Australia Telstra Provider Breach, 04 May 2021

Telstra service provider hit by cyber attack as hackers claim SIM card information stolen

Hackers have claimed they have gained access to “tens of thousands” of SIM cards after a cyber attack against an Australian telecom firm

Source: Telstra service provider hit by cyber attack as hackers claim SIM card information stolen | The Australian
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Schepisi Communications

Oh Crap… Cut the internet cable….

Melbourne-based telecommunications provider Schepisi Communications has fallen victim to a cyber attack, potentially exposing information associated with tens of thousands of SIM cards.

For F#ck Sake cut the Internet cable….

According to The Australian, an unknown attacker posted a ransom note on the dark web saying “it had a large amount of data on mobile devices, tens of thousands of SIM cards … financial information, contracts, banking information and much more.”

Telstra’s cyber team are currently working with Schepisi to help resolve the issue, which according to The Australian, resulted in the company’s website being offline for days.

According to a Telstra spokesperson, no sensitive personal information was included in the data.

“We’ve been in contact with the dealer and have been told some “high level” Telstra business customer information, such as mobile phone numbers, may have been accessed from its order fulfilment system,” the spokesperson said. “We employ strict guidelines for how our partners access and store customer data. No Telstra systems were breached as part of the attack.”

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