World’s Largest Meat Supplier Says Servers Hit in North America and Australia
The world’s largest meat supplier, JBS, says an “organized cybersecurity attack” has led it to shut down servers in North America and Australia. Experts say a prolonged outage could have a noticeable impact on the global supply of meat. The company has yet to disclose if the attack involved ransomware.

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