"A serious pressure test of Maersk's cyber security measures"

The hacker attack on Tuesday against the Maersk Group constitutes a massive test of the group's security procedures, analyst Lars Jensen of Seaintelligence Consulting tells ShippingWatch. The problems are now accumulating.

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Tuesday's hacker attack against Maersk, which has crippled the group's IT systems and crashed systems including Maersk Line's website, constitutes a serious test of security measures at the world's largest shipping group, says Lars Jensen, analyst at Seaintelligence Consulting and CEO of firm Cyber Keel, which works with IT security for carriers.

This is an industry that has not taken cyber security seriously"

Lars Jensen, analyst and CEO, Seaintelligence Consulting and Cyber Keel

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