CMA CGM suspects data breach from cyber attack

Container line CMA CGM suspects this week's cyberattack may have resulted in a data breach. External experts are involved in the investigation.

Photo: PR / CMA CGM

French container shipping line CMA CGM suspects some of the company's data may have been leaked or stolen in connection with this week's cyberattack on the company.

"We suspect a data breach and are doing everything possible to assess its potential volume and nature," writes CMA CGM in a statement.

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