CMA CGM releases new update on cyberattack: Operations are functioning

After more than 24 hours of silence regarding the cyber attack hitting CMA CGM, the French shipping line has released an update stating it has been hit by a malware attack. However, it was rapidly isolated and all maritime and port operations are functioning.

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France's CMA CGM Group has been hit by a malware attack, informs the shipping line in an update late Tuesday following more than 24 hours of silence. Malware is harmful software that can, for instance, attempt to steal sensitive information.

However, the malware was rapidly isolated and all necessary protection measures were implemented, CMA CGM says in the release.

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