Maersk still noting consequences of cyber attack

The remarkable cyber attack this summer has already cost Maersk upwards of several hundred million dollars, and the aftershock is not over yet. Ukraine points to Russia as the perpetrator.

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Even though Maersk has already used significant resources handling the consequences of this summer's cyber attack, the group can still not yet say that everything is back to normal.

A.P. Moeller-Maersk's Chief Information Officer, Adam Banks, tells Berlingske that the group is "almost back to business as usual."

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