Tempur Sealy International hacked in July

Tempur Sealy International was forced to shut down its IT systems, resulting in the “temporary interruption” of the company’s operations.

Tempur Sealy International is a mattress, pillows and other relaxation products manufacturer with nearly $5 billion in revenue and 12,000 employees (2021 data). Its stocks are traded on the New York Stock Exchange.

The company said that it identified a “cybersecurity event” on 23rd July, 2023: “The Company activated its incident response and business continuity plans designed to contain the incident. This included proactively shutting down certain of the Company’s IT systems, resulting in the temporary interruption of the Company’s operations.”

The incident was reported to the US Securities and Exchange Commission on Monday. According to Cybernews’ monitoring tool, no ransomware gang has yet listed the company on their data leak sites.

The company said it continued to work to determine how the incident might impact its business operations and financial results.

“If the Company determines that any personal information was involved, it would endeavor to comply with any reporting obligations it may have with respect to such information under applicable law,” it said.

In the first quarter of 2023, Tempur Sealy’s net sales were $1.2 billion.

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