Australian software provider Energy One confirmed that it fell victim to a cyberattack in the previous week. Specializing in software for energy companies across Europe, the Asia-Pacific region, and the U.K., Energy One’s clientele includes prominent names such as Essent, InterGen, and YGP.
The company swiftly initiated an investigation after discovering the attack on Friday, which impacted systems both in Australia and the U.K. To ensure appropriate actions, Energy One promptly notified the Australian Cyber Security Centre and relevant U.K. authorities.
While the extent of the breach and the responsible hacker group remain uncertain, Energy One is actively working to determine the scale of the attack and identify any additional affected systems. The company’s response includes disabling certain connections between corporate and customer-facing systems to safeguard its customers.
Despite the ongoing investigation, Energy One has reassured stakeholders that it will continue to provide updated information as the situation becomes clearer, including insights into the incident’s resolution timeframe. The company’s commitment to transparency and security highlights its dedication to mitigating the impact of the cyberattack.