Global ports operator DP World Australia has restricted access to its ports as it works to contain a cyber security incident that is likely to disrupt the movement of goods for days. DP World Australia detected the incident and began responding on Friday, it said in a statement.
DP World Australia, part of Dubai’s state-owned ports giant DP World, operates four container terminals in Australia in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and in Fremantle, Western Australia. DP World employs more than 7,000 people in the Asia Pacific region and has ports and terminals in 18 locations.
Source: MSN News