The largest terminal at the Port of Los Angeles remained closed Thursday as Danish shipping giant A.P. Moller-Maersk continued to grapple with effects of a cyberattack that rippled across numerous countries Tuesday.
The terminal, leased by Maersk, has been closed since early Tuesday, and there is no word on when it will reopen, Rachel Campbell, a Port of Los Angeles spokeswoman, tells the Los Angeles Times.
Maersk has said that 17 of its shipping container terminals worldwide were hacked and that, in response, the company deliberately shut down a number of its IT systems. It announced Thursday that it was “cautiously progressing toward technical recovery.”
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