ndia-based global solution provider Infosys Friday notified regulatory authorities about a “cybersecurity event” impacting one of its U.S.-based subsidiaries.
In the notification to the New York Stock Exchange, the India-based BSE, and the National Stock Exchange of India, Infosys disclosed a cybersecurity issue at Infosys McCamish Systems, a subsidiary of Infosys BPM which itself is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Infosys Limited.
Infosys McCamish Systems, which resulted from Infosys’ 2009 acquisition of McCamish Systems, is a provider of software and services in the U.S. to over 34 insurance companies.
“Infosys McCamish Systems (“IMS”), a subsidiary of Infosys BPM Limited (a wholly owned subsidiary of Infosys Limited) has become aware of a cybersecurity event resulting in non-availability of certain applications and systems in IMS.
“Data protection and cybersecurity are of utmost importance to us. We are working with a leading cybersecurity products provider to resolve this at the earliest and have also launched an independent investigation with them to identify potential impact on systems and data.”
Infosys did not respond to a CRN request for further information by press time.