Honda Resumes Output at U.S. Factories Impacted by Cyber Attack

June 11, 2020, 9:53 PM

Honda Motor Co.’s engine and vehicle plants in Ohio have restarted after being shutdown following an attack Sunday on an internal computer network, a spokesman said Thursday.

  • “We have resumed production at all of our manufacturing plants,” Chris Abbruzzese, a spokesman for the Japanese carmaker’s North American operations, said in email
  • Honda closed Ohio factories impacted by a cyber attack that also affected other global facilities
  • Company’s two car assembly plants in Ohio have a combined annual capacity of 680,000 vehicles, more than half its total automotive production in U.S.
  • Honda not aware of any loss of personal information...

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