One of the largest port operators in Australia has resumed some operations after being targeted by a cyberattack that caused a significant backlog of cargo. DP World Australia, responsible for managing almost 40% of the country's goods, announced that it had restarted operations three days after its IT systems were breached. This attack is part of a series of bold cyberattacks occurring globally. The reopening of the ports comes after successful tests of key systems, with about 5,000 containers expected to be moved on Monday. However, this only represents around 17% of the total affected load, which amounts to approximately 30,000 shipping containers. The company warns that there may be further disruptions as it works to protect its systems. DP World Australia will continue to collaborate with authorities to investigate and resolve the issue. The Australian Federal Police is currently investigating the incident. Australian Minister for Home Affairs, Clare O'Neil, highlighted the serious risks cyberattacks pose to the country and vital infrastructure in a social media post.
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