Fortune 500 insurance and mortgage firm FNF shuts down network following cyberattack

Fortune 500 firm Fidelity National Financial (FNF) has suffered a cyberattack that forced it to take many of its services offline – and while the company did not specifically state the incident was a ransomware attack, the way it responded to the incident suggests it just might be.

The news, picked up by TechCrunch, is based on a report filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) which states FNF discovered a security incident that “impacted certain FNF systems”. The company responded by notifying the police, investigating the matter, bringing in “leading experts”, and implementing “certain measures” of containment.


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