David’s Bridal Hit by Ransomware

Reports suggest “werewolves” group behind attack.


Unclear Scope

Details on data breach, ransom demand, and company response unknown.


Past Incidents

Previous January attack linked to LockBit 3.0, raising security concerns.

News > Cyber-Attacks > Ransomware
by Kevin Wood

David’s Bridal Faces New Ransomware Attack, “Werewolves” Group Suspected



Breaking News: David’s Bridal, latest victim

Wedding attire retailer David’s Bridal is reportedly under attack by a ransomware group known as “werewolves,” according to sources monitoring dark web chatter. This comes amidst past incidents linked to LockBit 3.0 attacks in January, raising concerns about the company’s cybersecurity vulnerabilities.

While David’s Bridal hasn’t officially acknowledged the attack on their website or social media, reports suggest the company’s internal systems might be compromised. Ransomware attacks typically encrypt critical data, rendering it inaccessible until a ransom is paid.

Details Remain Unclear

  • Extent of attack: The scope of the attack remains unclear. Whether data exfiltration occurred alongside encryption, as is common with “werewolves” tactics, is unconfirmed.
  • Ransom demand: No information has surfaced regarding the ransom amount requested by the attackers.
  • Company response: David’s Bridal has not issued any official statement, leaving customers and stakeholders in the dark regarding the attack’s impact and potential mitigation efforts.

This isn’t the first time David’s Bridal has been targeted by cyberattacks. In January 2024, the company reportedly faced a ransomware attack by LockBit 3.0, raising concerns about their cybersecurity preparedness. While the extent of that attack remains unknown, it highlights the growing threat ransomware poses to major retailers.

“The lack of official communication from David’s Bridal is concerning,” says cybersecurity expert Sarah Jones. “Transparency is crucial during such incidents to address customer concerns and mitigate potential damage.”

The potential consequences of this attack are multifaceted:

  • Customer data breach: If exfiltration occurred, sensitive customer information like names, addresses, and payment details could be compromised.
  • Operational disruption: Internal systems disruption could impact store operations, online orders, and customer service.
  • Reputational damage: A successful attack could erode customer trust and damage David’s Bridal’s brand image.

As the situation unfolds, it’s crucial to rely on credible sources for updates. This is a developing story, and more information about the attack’s scope, impact, and David’s Bridal’s response is expected to emerge in the coming days.


It’s important to note that the information presented here is based on available reports and may not be entirely accurate or complete. We urge readers to stay informed through official channels and avoid spreading misinformation.

Call to Action

If you have any information related to this attack, please report it to the appropriate authorities and avoid engaging with the attackers directly. Remember, cybersecurity is a shared responsibility, and vigilance remains key in protecting ourselves and our data online.


  • Transparency is Critical: Businesses must communicate clearly during cyberattacks.
  • Double-Extortion Tactics: Ransomware groups often steal data alongside encryption.
  • Prepare for Multiple Attacks: Businesses need robust defenses against evolving threats.
  • If you’re interested in learning more about how BBG can help your organization protect against these kinds of attacks,
  • Email us at info@bbg-mn.com to get the conversation started!