Hackers may have gained access to information about 1400 Blue Water employees

The cyberattack on logistics company Blue Water Shipping may have impacted the majority of its employees, the company informs ShippingWatch. Blue Water has reported the incident to the Danish police and the Danish Defence Intelligence Service, reveals access to documents.

Danish logistics company Blue Water Shipping was hit by a cyberattack in September. | Photo: PR / Blue Water Shipping

The cyberattack on Blue Water Shipping may have affected a significant number of the company's employees, while customers seem to have been spared.

The hackers may have gained access to personally sensitive information about the employees such as user names and passwords, reveals Blue Water's incident report to the Danish Data Protection Agency, which ShippingWatch has gained right of access to.

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