Three things we can learn from the Maersk cyber attack

6Jul, 2017
Three things for logistics companies to do for a cyber attack.

Three things we can learn from the Maersk cyber attack

Last week, the malware¬†Petya infected computers worldwide in a cyberattack, including the diversified Danish giant Maersk, owners of the largest shipping line in the world. In addition to several other industries, Maersk also owns the global terminal operator APM Terminals, and they were affected by Petya as well. In an update issued to customers yesterday,… Read more »

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