[SecurityWeek] Colonial Pipeline Targets Recovery From Ransomware Attack by End of Week

After a ransomware attack forced Colonial Pipeline Company to proactively shut down operations of the largest refined products pipeline in the United States, the company is scrambling to get systems back to normal operating capacity.

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