In June 2017, one of the most destructive and widespread cybersecurity attacks yet — codenamed NotPetya — immobilized companies and government agencies across the globe. The story of one company’s response to the attack demonstrates the value of leaving space for companies to adapt to emerging cyber threats. U.S. policymakers now considering etching one-size-fits-all cybersecurity policies into stone should heed the lessons from the shipping giant Maersk’s recovery.
A Wired report detailed how the attack rampaged through systems worldwide costing billions of dollars in damages. The story also details the entrepreneurial response of one of the hardest hit companies, Maersk.
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