‘Whiteboards and textas’: Nine reverts to old technology as cyber-attack hits TV and papers

‘Whiteboards and textas’: Nine reverts to old technology as cyber-attack hits TV and papers

The Guardian

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Melbourne news director Hugh Nailon says ‘the Ferrari wouldn’t start and we had to fire up the Datsun 180B’

Mike Sneesby’s first day as Nine Entertainment’s chief executive was spent managing the biggest cyber-attack to hit an Australian media company, affecting TV programming and newspaper print production across the country.

The source of the suspected ransomware attack has not yet been identified and sources say the disruption could extend into the Easter long weekend.

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