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Cyber attacks like the one that hit Maersk will continue to be a problem for companies




The world's largest container ship, the Maersk Mc-Kinney Moller, which was built in Busan, South Korea, by Danish shipping company Maersk line, and is named after the late ship owner passes the Storebaelts Bridge, Denmark, on the last kilometer of it's maiden voyage, Tuesday Aug. 20, 2013. (AP Photo/Polfoto, Per Rasmussen) DENMARK OUT
The world's largest container ship, the Maersk Mc-Kinney Moller, which was built in Busan, South Korea, by Danish shipping company Maersk line, and is named after the late ship owner passes the Storebaelts Bridge, Denmark, on the last kilometer of it's maiden voyage, Tuesday Aug. 20, 2013. (AP Photo/Polfoto, Per Rasmussen) DENMARK OUT
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A cyber attack that broke out yesterday in Europe is now making waves here at home.

Danish shipping company Maersk was locked down by hackers Tuesday. The company operates the largest terminal at the Port of LA. The hack brought operations here to a halt.

Tuesday's digital hit might seem like deja vu for some: Many remember a similar attack called "Wanna Cry" from back in May. 

But hacks like these could become a new reality. And disrupt global commerce. 

Take Two spoke about it with Shuman Ghosemujumder, chief technology officer at digital security firm Shape Security in Mountain View

Press the blue play button above to hear the full interview.