As usual DoppelPaymer ransomware operators add another data breach to their name. In this instance, they breached Phipps Dickson Integria Inc, which is the largest sheet-fed printing company in Quebec.
Phipps Dickson Integria Inc was founded in the year 1922. In February 2007, Phipps Dickson and Integria, two of the most prominent and well-respected commercial printers in Quebec, merged to create the Phipps Dickson Integria Group Inc. (PDI). PDI’s illustrious history spans over 85 years and provides a solid foundation and wealth of knowledge that are unmatched benefits for our clients. PDI continues to maintain a leadership position by bringing together a dynamic management team and creating a corporate culture that employs the best professionals in the printing industry. They have seen revolutionary advancement in print technology over the past 85 years – but one truth remains unchanged: PDI exists today because of its clients, it’s all about them.
The DopplePaymer ransomware operators leaked their files as shown below-:
The Cyble Research Team has identified and verified this data. The data leak includes multiple sensitive and corporate documents of the company such as PDI’s Management Training Module, Employee Count Database, Goods order details, and many more. Below are the snapshots of a few of the sensitive leaked files from the large lot.
Snapshot of Employee Count Database of Different Departments
Snapshot of the Company’s Order Details
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