Prolific ransomware group LockBit added Italy’s tax agency to its list of victims this weekend, but the company investigating the alleged attack said Monday there was no evidence of a breach.

L’Agenzia delle Entrate did not respond to requests for comment but released a statement on Monday saying it asked Sogei, an IT company owned by the Ministry of Economy and Finance, to investigate the alleged ransomware attack.

Sogei then released a lengthy statement saying that, after analyzing the incident, “no cyberattacks have occurred or data stolen from the financial administration’s technological platforms and infrastructures.”

The organization said it was working with Italy’s National Cybersecurity Agency and the Postal Police to support “the ongoing investigations.”

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