DP World’s Australian ports in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, and Fremantle are moderately resuming operations after a cyber-attack on Friday disrupted IT systems. While DP World reports “significant progress” in reinstating freight operations, there’s a backlog of tens of thousands of containers, and the disruption could persist. Authorities are investigating the breach, and no ransom demand has been disclosed. The cyber-attack has affected around 98% of Australia’s trade, posing a threat to access to various goods and exports, including food, wine, and coal. The incident highlights the growing risk of cyber threats to critical infrastructure and supply chains.