It has been announced that hackers from the Dutch intelligence service AIVD have provided the FBI with crucial information about Russian interference with the American elections. This seem to be a good showcase of cyber warfare and capabilities.
Maersk chair detailed the reinstall “4,000 new servers, 45,000 new PCs, and 2,500 applications” after the NotPetya attack in 2017, providing good insights into a working disaster recovery process, completing 6 months work in 10 days and only suffering 20 percent drop in volumes.
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