Clarksons hit by cyber attack and fears data leak

British shipbroker Clarksons recently fell victim to a cyber attack in which hackers accessed the company's data. The broker now fears that the culprits could leak confidential data.

Andi Case er CEO i Clarksons. | Photo: Clarksons

The world's largest shipbroker, Clarksons, has been hit by a cyber attack and now fears that the culprits could leak some of the company's data.

Clarksons, headquartered in London, informs in a press release that the attack happened recently and that the breach has since been closed. The broker has further taken precautions to ensure that a similar attack will not happen in the future.

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