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The Company Of Renaults Looks Towards A Normal Monday Start After The Cyber-Attack Injury


05/15/2017


A spokesperson of Renault informed that the company was prepared to resume normally in most of its sites by Monday the 15th of May 2017.



Renault, the French auto maker, is expecting to resume its normal state of production by Monday, the 14th of May 2017, including even its factories that came in the victim list of a world-wide cyber assault.
 
According to a company’s spokesperson on Sunday, the 14th of May 2017:
“Nearly all plants should be able to resume their activity tomorrow”.
 
Following the attack of Friday, on Saturday the 13th of May 2017, Renaul reported that in many of its sites the products were held up as a preventive measure to stop the “spread” of the virus that targeted its “computer systems”.
 
 
References:
http://www.reuters.com







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