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Nampak Detects Unauthorised Activity On IT Systems

Upon discovering the breach, Nampak took immediate action to contain, assess, and remediate the incident. The company is currently working to determine the extent of the compromise, restore the integrity of its information systems, and mitigate any further risks.

On Tuesday, packaging company Nampak announced that it had detected unauthorised activity on its IT systems on March 20. Despite having robust and embedded security protocols in place, an unknown third party managed to gain access to the company’s IT systems.

Upon discovering the breach, Nampak took immediate action to contain, assess, and remediate the incident. The company is currently working to determine the extent of the compromise, restore the integrity of its information systems, and mitigate any further risks.

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Fortunately, the breach has not impacted Nampak’s manufacturing facilities and operations, which continue to function as normal. However, some manual operating systems are being utilized where necessary.

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To minimize the impact of the incident, Nampak is collaborating with its suppliers and customers. The company is committed to ensuring that it can continue delivering products as required.

In accordance with regulatory requirements, Nampak has made an initial notification to the information regulator.

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Florence Sibiya for SurgeZirc SA
Florence Sibiya for SurgeZirc SA
Florence Sibiya is a highly dedicated and talented reporter for SurgeZirc SA Business News. With her passion for business and her commitment to delivering accurate and reliable news, she has become an invaluable asset to the team.
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