June 29, 2017 - Product Security Notification for Nyetya
Johnson & Johnson is currently monitoring the Nyetya threat (also referred to as Petya, NotPetya) that has been reported to affect companies worldwide. The Nyetya ransomware uses the same EternalBlue exploit on Windows SMBv1 vulnerabilities as the recent Wannacry ransomware attacks. Customers should refer to the below bulletins on Wannacry for additional information related to products and services provided by the Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies. This information will be updated if necessary. If you are concerned a product of the Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies has been impacted by this Cyber-attack, please immediately disconnect the system from your network and contact your service representative and/or firstname.lastname@example.org. June 2, 2017 - Product Security Notification for WannaCry Ransomware
(Updated August 7th, 2017)
On May 12, 2017, a Ransomware Cyber-attack took place impacting institutions, including hospitals and utility companies, across the world. The WannaCry Ransomware takes advantage of a vulnerability within the Microsoft operating system to essentially “lock” access to the system and/or its data, demanding payment of a fee to unlock the device/data. A security patch is available from Microsoft for this specific vulnerability, MS17-010.
J&J recognizes that cybersecurity threats are constantly evolving. We have robust processes and systems in place to safeguard our networks, our products and our data which we regularly and consistently update. We believe in the strategy we have in place for protecting Johnson & Johnson. There has been no business impact to our internal networks or safety risk to our products as a result of the recent ransomware attacks.
Additional details per product can be found in the advisories below: