Two subsidiaries under CMA CGM are now fully back online after cyberattack

Following last week's cyberattack, CMA CGM is now in the process of bringing its global network back online. Two subsidiaries are again fully operational, says the company. And the company has hired a new IT chief, who is chairman of IBM in France.

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French container line CMA CGM is still handling the effects of the cyberattack that hit the group exactly a week ago.

As it looks right now, the two subsidiaries Containerships and Mercosul are back online and fully operational, says CMA CGM in an update issued late Friday. Here the company also says that it is working full steam to reestablish access to the companies' systems.

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