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APM Terminal (APMT) in the Port of New York and New Jersey says it will have mostly recovered from the cyber attack on Maersk by the end of the week.

Applying knowledge in ways that your competitors are not is an incredible disruptor, said Savi Technology chief marketing officer Vicki Warker.


Despite some terminals being seriously affected by the Maersk Group cyber security breach, from a global perspective the impact was short lived.

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The pledge comes as Maersk Line recognizes concern among shippers at booking containers with the carrier while it limps back to a business-as-usual state.

"It’s not a question of whether you are going to be hacked, [but] a question of when."

A major port drayage group said Tuesday that APM Terminals should have kept its facility in the Port of New York and New Jersey closed until it had recovered from a cyber attack on parent company Maersk Group.

The APM Terminals facility at Port of New York and New Jersey — challenged by long truck lines after a cyber attack on parent company, Maersk Group — said it hopes to be fully operational by Wednesday.


Access to real-time data is extremely useful to carriers, BCOs, and others, but a consensus has yet to emerge on who owns the data.

The terminal opened at midnight July 6 and worked the first vessel Thursday.