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(Reuters) — Airbus on Wednesday said it had detected a cyberattack on its information systems which resulted in a data breach, but it said the incident did not affect its commercial operations.
The world’s second-largest aerospace group said that the incident was being investigated and that it had taken actions to beef up security.
“Investigations are ongoing to understand if any specific data was targeted, however we do know some personal data was accessed. This is mostly professional contact and IT identification details of some Airbus employees in Europe,” the company said.
A fire at Germany-based aircraft parts manufacturer Premium Aerotec GmbH's plant in Augsburg on Dec. 27, cause more than $11 million worth of damage, Composite World reported citing sources. The firm plans to transfer its operations to other locations to avoid supply-related disruptions. Premium Aerotec fabricates aircrafts parts primarily for France-based aeronautics company Airbus S.A.S.