Reckitt Benckiser blames NotPetya outbreak for £100m revenue loss that took down key applications and systems, and disrupted factories

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Barry Scott will be disappointed over the NotPetya cyber attack that has affected Reckitt Benckiser
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Barry Scott will be disappointed over the NotPetya cyber attack that has affected Reckitt Benckiser

Consumer goods giant admits that some factories still haven't recovered from NotPetya a week after the attack

Reckitt Benckiser, the fast-moving consumer goods giant, has warned that the fall-out from dealing with an outbreak of the NotPetya malware has knocked revenue growth in its second quarter by two per cent...

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