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Worlds biggest meat supplier JBS is hit by cyberattack that shuts down plants in Australia and Canada

JBS, the world's largest meat supplier, said on Sunday that their U.S. division had been hacked. The U.S. itself is not believed to be affected, but Canada and Australia - which are part of the U.S. division - have reported being shut down. Workers are seen at a JBS plant in Lapa, Parana state, in Brazil in March 2017

Weeks After Colonial Pipeline Operations Were Halted By Russian Infrastructure Hack



The world’s largest meat supplier has been hit by a cyberattack, with hackers shutting down internal computer systems and forcing the company to suspend parts of its operations in Canada and Australia.

JBS, a Brazilian meat company which operates in 15 countries and employs 250,000 people, announced on Sunday that it had been attacked – weeks after the Colonial Pipeline, transporting fuel from Texas to the East Coast, was shut down by hackers from Russian-based group Dark Side.

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