Industrial decorating companies, the industry that has been targeted by cybercriminals, are using industrial equipment suppliers as their main target in a new attack.
According to an email sent out this week to industrial decorators, the hackers have identified some of the major industrial decorating equipment suppliers, including,for instance, Aesop,a popular furniture maker, as being targets.
The hackers have also been able to access the systems of some of these companies.
According the email, which is being shared by security firm Check Point, the attackers have used the same techniques that were used against Aeso, as well as the same tactics used against other industrial decorator companies, including J.
Crew, which has a high profile in the sex industry.
The hackers also gained access to the systems, emails, and other data belonging to these companies and are using it to target the companies’ systems with malicious code.
The email also contains details of the types of industrial equipment the hackers were able to take advantage of in the attacks.
According to the hackers, they were able, for instance, to take full control of a small industrial kitchen, which they took over last year.
According Check Point CEO Eric Shipp, the attack on industrial furniture supply companies appears to be the latest in a series of cyberattacks against the industry.
“The cybercrims have been targeting industrial furniture companies in the last few years, so we’ve been seeing a steady increase in the number of attacks on industrial supply companies,” Shipp said in a statement.
“The fact that this attack was able to penetrate so many of the systems and data centers of these manufacturers is quite a feat.”
We’re still not certain if the attack is connected to a larger operation, but we believe this is an escalation in attacks against these companies.
“The attack on J. Crew and Aesog also appears to have been tied to the same cyberattack on a Chinese company, and may also be linked to a Chinese cyberattack earlier this year, which was traced back to a Hong Kong-based cybercriminal.
According a senior security official with the Department of Homeland Security, the cyberattack was initially attributed to Chinese government-affiliated hackers and then later to a hacker group called the “Five Eyes.”
The Five Eyes is a collection of countries that include the United States, Britain, Canada, Australia and New Zealand, as part of the U.S.-Russia-China cyberwarfare alliance.
It is known for its ability to use sophisticated tools to penetrate computer systems, including through spear phishing.
The Chinese government, however, denies any connection to the attack, and said the Chinese government has been working with U.N. investigators and other countries to address the matter.
The cyberattacks on the U,S.
and Chinese companies come at a time when companies are trying to stay ahead of the cyberthreat, as governments across the globe are looking for ways to cut costs and boost cybersecurity.
Last year, a Chinese government hacker was caught breaking into the U.,S.
National Security Agency (NSA) to steal information on top cybersecurity companies.
In the wake of the recent cyberattacks, the Department in the White House has been discussing ways to keep cyberattacks from escalating, and has called for the development of cybersecurity tools to protect critical infrastructure, like power plants, water systems, railroads and water systems.