Container company APM finally reopened one of its two terminals at the port of Rotterdam after being hit in a global ransomware attack on Tuesday. So far Dutch insurers received only a few damage claims from businesses affected by the Petya attack, BNR reports after talking to a number of large insurers.
Countless computers across the world were infected with ransomware in a new global cyber attack. In the Netherlands the malware hit the APM container terminal in the port of Rotterdam, pharmaceutical MSD and package carrier TNT. There is no sense in paying the ransom, cyber security experts warn, broadcaster NOS reports.
American parcel deliverer FedEx plans to buy its Dutch counterpart TNT Express, the companies announced in a joint press release.
Despite the ever-declining mail market, PostNL managed to book an increase in revenue last year, De Telegraaf reports.
A provision for a possible cartel fine in France and restructuring expenses have pushed courier TNT into the red.