ANNA – Honda canceled some production Monday, including at its Anna Engine Plant, because of a disruption in its computer network.
“On Sunday, June 7, Honda experienced a disruption in its computer network that has caused a loss of connectivity, thus impacting our business operations. Our information technology team is working quickly to assess the situation,” a statement from Honda of America Mfg., Inc. states.
Honda didn’t provide any more details about the disruption.
The Telegraph and Sky News, British media organizations, reported a cyber attack was suspected, and Honda facilities worldwide were affected.
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