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ASVEL Basket confirms data breach

ASVEL Basket confirms data breach

ASVEL Basket, a French basketball team led by former NBA star Tony Parker, became aware of the incident through media reports.

Earlier this month, ASVEL found itself on the leak site of the NoEscape ransomware group, who claimed to have extracted 32GB of the team’s data. This data included players’ passports, IDs, financial and tax records of ASVEL, and other sensitive information.

In a recent statement released by the organization, it was revealed that ASVEL only became aware of the breach on October 12th, following media coverage of the event.

ASVEL noted that, despite the data being exfiltrated by the attackers, it has not been deleted. This is an unusual move for ransomware groups, as they typically delete stolen data to use as leverage for ransom.

“The damage incurred so far has not resulted in the cessation of our operations. The nature and extent of harm to third parties is currently being assessed with the assistance of qualified professionals and relevant government agencies,” ASVEL stated.

ASVEL Basket confirms data breach

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The club emphasized that there is no evidence to suggest that the attackers accessed any payment data, such as credit card information. Furthermore, the data breach did not disrupt the team’s day-to-day activities.

ASVEL promptly informed the appropriate law enforcement agencies about the breach and has pledged to enhance its IT security measures to prevent future cyberattacks.

ASVEL is one of Europe’s prominent basketball teams and participates in the Euroleague, the continent’s premier basketball competition. The team’s roster includes notable players like Joffrey Lauvergne, Nando de Colo, David Lighty, Mike Scott, and others.

Researchers believe that the NoEscape ransomware first surfaced in May 2023. Similar to many other ransomware groups, it operates on the Ransomware-as-a-Service (RaaS) model, with malware developers supplying ransomware to operators and taking a share of their earnings.

According to Ransomlooker, Cybernews’ dark web monitoring tool, NoEscape has targeted 54 organizations since its inception. Reportedly, the group’s ransom demands vary from hundreds of thousands of dollars to as much as $10 million.

NoEscape is believed to be the successor to the Avaddon ransomware cartel.

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