The site for Chicago-based CNA Financial, among the biggest insurance companies in the nation, was operational Monday following a”complex cybersecurity attack” it experienced a month.
“We’ve made considerable progress toward supporting our operations in a safe and protected fashion,” the firm said in a statement submitted to its own webpage.
“This signifies a significant step ahead in our recovery efforts and follows last week’s recovery of our business email.
On March 21, CNA decided that it had been the victim of a cybersecurity assault that led to a community disturbance and affected particular CNA systems, such as corporate email.
CNA enlisted forensic specialists to work out the range of the harm. If customer information was compromised, policyholders will be informed directly, the business said.