"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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