Some western Canada Co-op’s still closed following cybersecurity incident

Some western Canada Co-op's still closed following cybersecurity incident
The Co-op on Keating Cross Road had caution tape up for the closure on June 27, 2024.

One of the most common stores in western Canada says it’s been the victim of a cybersecurity incident.

In a tweet, Federated Co-op Ltd. confirms the incident has impacted some of its customer-facing systems and could still impact its inventory of certain grocery items.

Co-op first tweeted about the incident on Thursday, saying it was affecting its stores and cardlock fuel stations.

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Co-op says there’s no current evidence to suggest any customer data has been compromised.

The company says in the event that changes it will take the appropriate action.

Co-op has several stores and gas stations in Canada, with the business mainly operating in the western provinces.

This report by The Canadian Press was first published June 29, 2024.

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