back to article Fujitsu pulls ProjectWEB tool offline after apparent supply chain attack sees Japanese infosec agency data stolen

A Fujitsu project management suite is causing red faces at the Japanese company’s HQ after “unauthorised access” resulted in data being stolen from government agencies, local reports say. Chief cabinet secretary Katsunobu Kato told Japan’s Nikkei financial newspaper earlier today: “We are asking Fujitsu to contact us promptly …

  1. Potemkine! Silver badge

    It's Seppuku time!

    Feel sorry for the involved ones...

    1. Anonymous Coward
      Anonymous Coward

      Re: It's Seppuku time!

      I predict a 87 degree bow at the news conference and much teeth sucking in the meeting.

  2. amanfromMars 1 Silver badge

    A Change is as Good as a Rest and Much More Engaging

    “We apologize for the great concern and inconvenience caused to all concerned parties, and will do our utmost to support the victims after consulting with the relevant authorities,” added a statement originally sent by Fujitsu to the Nikkei financial newspaper.

    One could not reasonably expect anything more whilst everything is reviewed and addressed/suitably corrected to new reliable and renewable services.

    Is it not what Nippon is renowned and enthusiastically revered for ...... the Pursuit and Market Leading Delivery of Available Attainable Excellence in Home Grown Product for Global Export ..... Earthly Importation.

    1. Ted Glenn

      Re: A Change is as Good as a Rest and Much More Engaging

      Now wouldn't it be nice if they apologised in the same way to Horizon victims or is that asking a lot ….

  3. FlamingDeath Silver badge

    Welcome to the shit show

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