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cybersecurity When the Petya cyber-attack was launched in June of this year, just on the heels of the massive WannaCry ransomware outbreak, thousands of computers across the globe were hit, disrupting worldwide business. The campaign, which a NATO cybersecurity group said was likely launched by a state actor, left companies around the world reeling. International companies confirmed that even months after the attack, their systems were not completely recovered. Systems at TNT Express, a Dutch shipping company, may never be fully restored, according to statements from its parent company FedEx.

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