Apanese automaker Honda reported being the target of a cyber attack on Tuesday but said its impact was limited. The company has stated in a statement that “there was a cyber attack on the Honda network.” He warned that there was no leakage of information and that he is working to “minimize the impact and restore full functionality of activity output, sale and growth.”
“We have been detecting minimal impact on our operations at this time,” the firm said in its statement. Like other car firms, Honda was affected by the coronavirus pandemic and was unable to restart full production. It registered major losses for the fiscal period ending in March, when the outbreak depressed revenue and corporate productive capacity.
The cyberattack comes at a time when car companies are under tremendous pressure to invest in emerging technologies such as electric and autonomous vehicles to meet environmental standards in China and Europe and compete with big technology companies.