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Stuller: ‘No Indication’ That Cyberattack Compromised Customer Data

There’s been “significant progress” in restoring normal business operations.

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Stuller Inc. stated Wednesday that there’s “no indication that customers’ information has been compromised, especially pertaining to credit card information” following a recent cyberattack.

“Credit cards on customer accounts are both tokenized and encrypted and are not housed at Stuller,” said Danny Clark, president of the company.

Over the past several days, there has been “significant progress” in returning to normal business operations, the company said in a press release.

“As customers place orders this week we are committed to and anticipate meeting our quoted lead times and delivery dates,” Clark said. “Our phone services have been fully restored, and as always, customers can place orders on Stuller.com or chat with us.”

The company said it will provide updates here.

Stuller was hit by a cyberattack Saturday morning, resulting in “a variety of operational issues.” The company did not state what type of cyberattack occurred.

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Clark stated: “We cannot express enough how frustrated and disappointed we are that this had occurred at all – particularly during this crucial time for you.”

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