Published on 25.08.2022 at 10:38
The company, based in Valcour, in the eastern districts, says it has no proof that its customers’ personal information was touched. (Photo: Canadian Press)
Valcourt – BRP (DOO.TO) announced on Wednesday evening that other information about its employees was compromised in a recent cyberattack.
The snowmobile and watercraft manufacturer says the compromised data includes certain credentials of employees using BRP computers for personal purposes.
BRP is asking them to change their passwords and will offer credit monitoring services to all of its employees.
The company, based in Valcour, in the eastern districts, says it has no proof that its customers’ personal information was touched.
BRP previously explained that the attack was caused by malware infiltration by a third-party service provider.
He believes that the impact of the cyberattack was limited to his internal systems.