According to the company’s spokesman, the cyber attack was directed against its division dealing with industrial non-military customers, mainly working in the automotive sector.
“Rheinmetall is currently investigating the extent of the damages and is in close contact with the relevant authorities,” commented representatives of the company.
State prosecutors are currently investigating the origin of the attack, but do not provide any specific details, or if this incident was related to the company’s support for Ukraine.
Rheinmetall AG is a German technology group that specializes in security and mobility solutions. The company has two main business segments: Rheinmetall Automotive and Rheinmetall Defence.
Rheinmetall Automotive produces components and systems for the automotive industry, including engine systems, emission reduction technologies, and electric mobility solutions. Rheinmetall Defence offers a range of products and services for the defense sector, including armored vehicles, weapons systems, and simulation and training systems.