Aon confirms cyber incident


Firm states its ability to serve clients has not been impacted by the event.

Aon has confirmed that it identified a cyber incident on 25 February “impacting a limited number of systems”.

In a filing to the United States Securities and Exchange Commission published today the business detailed that when it identified the incident it launched an investigation and engaged the services of third-party advisors, incident response professionals and counsel.

“The incident has not had a significant impact on the company’s operations,” Aon reported.

Continuing: “Although the

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