US reseller CompuCom faces more than $20m in costs after malware attack

Kelsey Rees
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The incident forced the US MSP to suspend services to customers

CompuCom is expecting losses of more than $20m as a result of the malware incident that took place at the start of the month.  The MSP said on 3 March that "certain CompuCom information technolo...

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