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Australian Ports Recover From Cyber Incident

Australian Ports Recover From Cyber Incident

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Operations resumed Monday at four major Australian ports incapacitated by a cybersecurity incident. Dubai-based DP World took systems offline Friday, provoking what government officials called a significant outage frustrating the movement of goods in and out of the country.

The company’s Australian subsidiary said it expects to move approximately 5,000 containers Monday out of the four affected ports in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne and Fremantle. It built up a backlog of 30,000 containers during the three days the incident forced the stevedore to disconnect the logistics system connecting trucks with DP World, reported the Australian Financial Review.

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