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Shipping giant Maesrk says NotPetya attack cost them up to $300M

The damage costs of the infamous NotPetya malware attack that crippled computer systems worldwide in June this year may never be fully known, but one victim of the attack has reported how much it cost them and the number is staggering. In its interim second quarter financials released Wednesday, international shipping giant A.P. Moller–Maersk Group put […] The post Shipping giant Maesrk says NotPetya attack cost them up to $300M appeared first on SiliconANGLE.
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