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Ransomware Attack Roiled Meat Giant JBS, Then Spilled Over to Farmers and Restaurants – The Wall Street Journal

While plants were closed, prices of beef and pork climbed and farmers sought new buyers for their livestock

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Employees at the U.S. division of JBS SA, the worlds largest meat company, noticed something wrong in their computer systems over Memorial Day weekend, the unofficial kickoff for the busy summer grilling season.
The culprit, a ransomware attack, didnt just…

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