A cybertech on Monday and Tuesday forced JBSK, the world’s largest meat supplier, to stop processing pork and beef at several factories in the United States, Canada and Australia. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. Worthington, Minnesota; Cactus, Texas; Greeley, Colorado; Brooks, Alberta; And across Australia.
Inside A press release, JBS USA called the attack an “organized cybersecurity attack” and said it targeted servers supporting North American and Australian IT systems.
“The company’s backup servers have not been affected and it is actively working with an incident response firm to restore its systems as soon as possible,” JBS USA said. “The agency is not yet aware of any evidence that any customer, supplier or employee data has been compromised or misused as a result of the situation.”
JBS is responsible for about 25 percent of meat processing in the United States and about 20 percent for meat processing in Australia. In Australia alone, the company has 47 facilities and 11,000 employees. An Australian government official said it could be a few days before production starts in the country AP.
Cybertacks, a critical infrastructural target, seem to be on the rise. In May, a rhinestone group Colon has taken the colonial pipeline down And the energy crisis in the U.S. part caused a wave. It was the biggest ransomware attack to date and it forced the attack DHS and TSA for pressing new guidelines Pipeline owners must notify federal authorities if they fall victim to a ransomware attack.
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