Miltenyi Biotec is back up and running after a malware attack hit parts of its global infrastructure.

The company said in a note on its website: “Miltenyi Biotec is happy to announce that we are again fully operational.” Miltenyi Biotec started up in 1989 in Bergisch Gladbach, Germany. The company offers solutions for cell and therapy research, including COVID-19-related products. It has facilities in 28 countries and has over 3,000 workers.

Over the past two weeks, various parts of the company ended up halted because of a malware attack.

“During the last two weeks, there have been isolated cases where order processing was impaired by malware in parts of our global IT infrastructure. Rest assured, all necessary measures have now been taken to contain the issue and recover all affected systems,” the company said in a statement.

It then added there were no indications the attack did not go out to any of its customers or partners along its supply chain.

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“As of this time, our operational processes have been fully restored,” the company said.

It did added if there are any delays in orders placed with the company, “we ask you to be patient for just a little longer, and to get in contact with us in urgent cases.

The company did not provide further details such as the type of attack, how it happened, what was affected and how long the system – and what systems – were down.

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