Cyber Security Incident Affects DP World Australia

Cyber Security Incident Affects DP World Australia

In addition, the CTAA has been advised by OneStop that they have isolated connections to DP World to ensure that the incident doesn’t impact on the operations of other terminal customers using One Stop’s systems.

DP World Australia is collaborating closely with government and private sector stakeholders to ensure that sensitive inbound freight can be prioritised and retrieved, and is working around the clock to restore normal operations safely.

As of this morning, DP World Australia has confirmed that they have activated their business continuity plan and is making significant progress on restoring landside freight operations as outlined below:

– Imports only
 will recommence today. No shows will be waived and First Free Day (FFD) and Last Free Day (LFD) dates have been adjusted.

The road is open at West Swanson Terminal (WST) but is moving at a slower than normal pace. It is currently slotting for import deliveries only and is requesting export-delivering trucks to exit the queue.

– Automated Stacking Cranes (ASCs) are dispatching jobs and the gates are operating. Staff is patrolling the Camco Gate Kiosks to offer assistance as required.

– No update has been provided as yet due to the time difference.

With DP World overseeing 40% of maritime freight this incident is likely to disrupt the movement of goods for days, a period which could extend pending the extent of the cyber security incident and whether there was access to data or if any systems were destroyed.

We will keep you up-to-date of further changes and developments as they arise and will be communicating directly with any clients who have impacted shipments.

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