Ehrmann se is a dairy headquartered in Germany. It has output facilitites in Russia and Brazil, as wellspring as sales offices in Italy, Spain, the Czech Republic, Poland, Finland and China. The multinational firm has reportedly been hit by hackers. All we really know so far, as reported yesterday by Jens Noll and Sabrina Karrer, is that the dairy was attacked last week. The dairy confirmed the assault to Augsburger Allgemeine, but did not provide any statement about the reach of the hack. Thomas Schwarz and Sabrina Karrer subsequently had a small update to the report, noting that the police had informed them that the terror actors had demanded a “million dollar sum” (machine translation) but that Ehrmann had not paid and just contacted the police. Most Russian threat actors avoid hacking Russian entities or CIS entities. Ehrmann has a Russian production faciity. Were the threat actors non-Russian, or were they Russian hackers who may have erred in their mark selection? Datahacks.net has sent an email inquiry to Ehrmann asking if they can identify the threat actors and if their system was encrypted. This stake will be updated if a reply is received. Reporting by Chum1ng0. Editing and notice by Dissent.