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Hackers hit Nuance again in 2017, while NotPetya cost $98 million in lost revenue

Voice and language tool vendor Nuance Communications suffered a $98m loss in revenue due to the global NotPetya cyber attack in June 2017, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission. The company is also facing further losses in 2018 as it enhances its security. In addition to the attack, Nuance recently experienced a breach of a single transcription platform, affecting the records of 45,000 individuals. Despite promptly shutting down the platform and containing the incident, the company warned that future cyber security incidents could adversely affect its results.

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