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Stuller says company was victim of cyber attack

No customer information compromised
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Posted at 7:48 AM, Dec 02, 2020
and last updated 2020-12-02 08:48:04-05

Jewelry manufacturer and supplier, Stuller, announced Wednesday that it was the target of a cyber-attack.

The company says the incident occurred early Saturday morning and has created a variety of operational issues for the company.

“We cannot express enough how frustrated and disappointed we are that this has occurred at all – particularly during this crucial time for our customers,” said Danny Clark, President, in a press release. “Since our discovery of the cyber-attack, we have worked around the clock to prepare our business to serve our customers in all the ways they have grown accustomed to.”

The company says that at this time it has no indication that customer information was compromised, especially pertaining to credit card information.

“Credit cards on customer accounts are both tokenized and encrypted and are not housed at Stuller,” says Clark.

According to a release, the company has spent the last several days making progress to return to normal business operations. They say they are close to reaching that goal.

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

For the most up-to-date information about the cyber-attack visit: blog.stuller.com

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