Global meat company restarts operations after cyber attack | ABC News

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    JBS, the world’s largest meat processor, has confirmed it is on schedule to resume production at all of their facilities tomorrow, Australian time.

    The company said in a statement that it had made “significant progress” in restoring its IT systems in order to get back to “business as normal.”

    Earlier this week, JBS USA confirmed the company was targeted by an organised cyber attack on Sunday, which paralysed its operations in North America and Australia.

    Around 100,000 workers have been affected at JBS operations in the US as well as workers in Pilgrim’s Pride, the largest chicken producer in the US, which is owned by JBS.

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