Fidelity National Financial, or FNF, one of the largest real estate services companies in the United States, said it "contained" a recent cyberattack that caused service disruptions. The company's systems were taken down to prevent further damage and secure the affected data. Fidelity National Financial is currently working to restore its services and minimize any potential impact on its clients and operations.
The cyberattack on Fidelity National Financial has resulted in service disruptions, affecting various aspects of the company's operations. One area impacted is the average 401(k) balance, which fell by 4% in the third quarter. Additionally, there has been an increase in withdrawals and loans, according to a recent report by Fidelity. These disruptions have raised concerns among investors and customers who rely on Fidelity's services for their financial needs.
Fidelity National Financial addressed the service disruptions in a statement, acknowledging a temporary issue that impacted its platforms on August 15. The company assured its clients that the issue was being resolved promptly and that normal operations would resume shortly. Fidelity National Financial is committed to providing reliable and secure services to its customers, and it is taking all necessary measures to prevent future cyberattacks.