Lapsus also stole data from Samsung

Lapsus proved to be quite active in April, stealing data from Samsung. 190 GB of information, no less! However, it was not primarily personal data that fell into the wrong hands, but source code for software used in product development.

Who is Lapsus?

Lapsus is a hacking group that has primarily focused on the Russian Federation for the last three years. Many of the attacks have been aimed at institutions and organizations related to Russia, including banks and media companies. There’s no way to know if Lapsus was involved in these direct assaults, but many believe they are because of their secretive nature.

About Samsung

Samsung is a Korean multinational company that has been in the electronics industry since the 1960s. It was also the first company to produce and market a TV in South Korea in 1969. Today, Samsung makes everything from mobile phones to home appliances to TVs. Along with Samsung’s growth, they have made a name for themselves as one of the leading companies in their field.

Samsung is the world’s largest information technology company. They are headquartered in Seoul, South Korea, and today are best known for their smartphones and televisions.