Crane Worldwide Logistics got its start in 2008 and serves as a logistics company to businesses in nearly 30 countries around the world. This worldwide organization employs more than 2,000 individuals and earns over $7 billion in revenue each year.
Some or all of the following information was made available due to the Crane Logistics data breach. The data exposed varies by the individual involved, but at least a portion of the information detailed below was exposed for every individual receiving a letter from Crane Worldwide Logistics.
Details about the specific attack mechanisms for this Crane Worldwide Logistics breach determined in the investigation aren't shared in any of the public reports. The investigators believe that an individual or a group gained access to the network files by way of a security exploit or by going through a vulnerability in the network code.
Crane Worldwide Logistics first sent a report to the Texas Attorney General on December 8, 2022, that its data networks were compromised by a malicious attack.
Those impacted by this Crane Worldwide Logistics breach include any partners and customers of Crane Worldwide Logistics to receive a letter or notification from the company. This could be businesses relying on the logistics or consulting services from the organization.
We have no way of knowing exactly how many files were accessed in the Crane Worldwide Data breach, but we know that 1,614 individuals were exposed in the state of Texas. The company operates in more than 25 countries, and the total number of exposed individuals is likely much higher.