lorenz attacks DeeZee

Incident Date:

April 12, 2022

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lorenz attacks DeeZee






Wroclaw, Poland

Warsaw, Poland

First Reported

April 12, 2022

DeeZee: A Retail Sector Victim of the Lorenz Ransomware Group

The Lorenz ransomware group has claimed responsibility for an attack on DeeZee, a retail sector company operating in Poland. DeeZee is an online store specializing in women's shoes and clothing, offering a wide range of styles and trends. The company's website showcases their collection of shoes and clothing, including espadrilles, sneakers, sandals, and more.

DeeZee's unique selling proposition lies in their ability to cater to various occasions and personal styles, offering both formal and casual attire. They also emphasize the importance of individuality and self-expression, encouraging customers to find the perfect fit for their personal style.

The company's vulnerability to ransomware attacks may stem from their reliance on digital platforms for sales and customer interactions. As a retail sector business, DeeZee likely handles sensitive customer data, such as personal information and payment details, which could be targeted by threat actors.

The attack on DeeZee is part of a larger trend of ransomware groups targeting organizations worldwide, causing personal data breaches in many cases. The "No More Ransom" initiative, a collaboration between law enforcement and IT security companies, aims to help victims retrieve their encrypted data without paying the ransom.

In response to the attack, DeeZee has not released a public statement, and the extent of the damage or the ransom demanded by the Lorenz group is unknown. The company's website remains operational, but the impact of the attack on their operations and customer trust remains to be seen.


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