Sam Chambers reports: CMA CGM has been hit by another cyber attack, just under one year since its last big hack. The French containerline told customers today that it had suffered a leak of data on limited customer information involving first and last names, employer, position, email address and phone number. Read more on Splash247. A copy of the notification has been posted on the containerline’s web site, and reads: Monday, September 20, 2021 Dear Valued Customers, We wish to inform you that a leak of data on limited customer information (first and last names, employer, position, email address and phone number) has been detected during our surveillance operations on the Group’s APIs. Our IT teams have immediately developed and installed security patches. We invite you to remain vigilant to any suspicious activity and to follow these best practices to keep your account secure: Do not share your account password or any personal information. CMA CGM will never ask them from you. Always check the authenticity of an email requesting you to log in to our platforms (especially if requested to reset your password), even if it seems to be sent by the CMA CGM Group. If you have any question, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Previous coverage of last year’s hack can be found here.