Capitalising on spying tools believed to have been developed by the US National Security Agency, the cyber assault has infected tens of thousands of computers in almost 100 countries, with Britain's health system suffering the worst disruptions.
In a statement earlier today, Nissan said: "Production started on schedule today across all our European operations". Company's Sandouville plant in northwestern France was one of the factories that stopped production.
"Measures are being put in place to stop the spread of the virus; it's the first step", a spokeswoman for Renault said. The Renault Trafic van and variants for other automakers are produced at the factory.
"Nearly all plants should be able to resume their activity tomorrow", a Renault spokesman told Automotive News on Sunday. Lost production will be made up, but the initial financial impact has not been revealed, per the spokesman. In turn, Renault and Nissan's system operations were questioned.
A spokeswoman for Renault, said to AFP Saturday: "We have been affected".
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They declined to comment on their cybersecurity policies. The Telecommunications Regulatory Authority said no cases of ransom attacks have been reported in the UAE.
The attack damaged some high-profile targets, including Britain's health service. Speaking to Times of India, Gulshan Rai, National Cyber Security Adviser in the Prime Minister's Office said, "About 100 systems were attacked, but as of now there are no more threats".
"There is a diversity of operating systems in use" at group facilities, the spokesman said.
French government cyber security agency ANSSI said on Monday carmaker Renault was not the only entity hit by the ransomware cyber attack at the end of last week and warned of other possible attacks soon.