"Cyberattack Disrupts Christie’s $840M Art Auctions"

A cyberattack has disrupted Christie’s auction house’s attempts to sell art and other high-value items worth an estimated $840m. The company says that the cyberattack took its website offline last week, preventing potential buyers from viewing the lots online. Despite this setback, the auction house says bids can still be placed through phone and in-person channels. The investigation into the incident is still ongoing, and there was no mention of what type of cyberattack happened.


Infosecurity Magazine reports: "Cyberattack Disrupts Christie’s $840M Art Auctions"

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