Maersk rebuilt its entire IT infrastructure to recover from NotPetya

Tom Allen
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Maersk chairman Jim Hagemann Snabe had just joined the company when NotPetya hit
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Maersk chairman Jim Hagemann Snabe had just joined the company when NotPetya hit

The company, which handles a fifth of the world's shipping, operated for 10 days with no IT

Shipping firm AP Moller-Maersk had to reinstall thousands of PCs and servers to recover from the NotPetya ransomware attack that affected it last summer, it has said. Over the course of 10 days in June...

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