Marcus Hand reports that the South Korean shipping line has disclosed a hack: HMM said that an unidentified security hack was detected to its email servers in the early hours of 12 June leading to limited access to email systems. Over the following two days it said most of the confirmed damage to the system had been restored and no leak of data or information was found. Read more on Seatrade Maritime News.
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