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Maersk drops as company misses estimates after an ‘unusual’ year

From Transport Topics:

A.P. Moller-Maersk A/S fell short of earnings expectations last year but promised its shareholders that profit at the world’s biggest shipping company will grow as much as 43% in 2018.

CEO Soren Skou described last year as “unusual and eventful,” in a statement on Feb. 9. But he assured investors that the […]

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NotPetya cyber attack totally destroyed Maersk’s computer network: Chairman

From SC Magazine:

Shipping giant and NotPetya victim Maersk was forced to replace tens of thousands of servers and computers in the aftermath of the June 17 ransomware attack, the company’s charman said in Davos at the World Economic Forum.

Maersk Chairman Jim Hagemann Snabe said while participating on a cybersecurity panel at the conference […]

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Overseas cyberattack hits Western Washington

From Q13:

A European cyberattack had ripples all the way to Western Washington on Tuesday as systems at two prominent international companies crashed and failed.

APM Terminals in the Port of Tacoma had limited operations because its parent company, shipping titan Maersk, was corrupted.

“A cyberattack on one is a cyberattack on all,” said UW-Bothell […]

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