The system shutdown that saw Toyota Motor’s assembly plants in Japan closed for about a day last week was not caused by a cyberattack but by a lack of server disk space, the Nikkei reported.
“The system was restored after the data was transferred to a server with a larger capacity,” Toyota said in the report. The auto giant said the issue happened after regular maintenance work on its servers, adding that it would now review its maintenance procedures.
Read the full story: Nikkei
- By Sean O’Meara
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