[SecurityWeek] S.Africa’s Port Terminals Still Disrupted Days After Cyber-Attack

South Africa’s state-owned logistics firm said Tuesday it was working to restore systems following a major cyber-attack last week that hit the country’s key port terminals.

The attack began on July 22 but continued, forcing Transnet to switch to manual systems, it said.

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