APM Terminals affected by hacker attack on IT system

Maersk's port company uses an IT system that has just been shut down by a cyberattack. The developer of the system warns that it could take weeks for everything to be back online. However, it will reportedly not impact customers.

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A.P. Moller-Maersk has been impacted by a global hacker attack that was directed against an IT system that the group uses for work schedules and recording hours at its port terminals.

US-based IT supplier UKG has been hit by a ransomware attack, which has frozen several of the company's popular IT solutions.

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