(Reuters) – CMA CGM, the world's fourth largest container shipping group, said it had restored its online services after a cyberattack paralyzed activity last month. France-based CMA CGM first reported the incident on September 28, saying it had shut down access to its online services after malware targeted its peripheral servers.
"The CMA CGM Group's e-commerce sites are back live with all their functionality up and running," the company said in a statement on Sunday. "Applications and essential features are now up and running."
In a separate incident, the United Nations International Maritime Organization said on October 1 that its website and intranet had been disabled by a sophisticated cyber attack and its IT specialists had shut down key systems to prevent further damage.
IMO resumed full service a week later and an IMO spokeswoman said it had countered cyberattacks before, but this was the first to have disabled services.