Guadeloupe Shuts Down Computer Networks After Cyberattack

The French Caribbean island of Guadeloupe has shut down all its computer networks to protect data after a “large-scale cyberattack”, local authorities said Monday. “As a security measure, all computer networks have been shut down to protect data and a diagnosis is underway,” the French overseas region said in a statement on Monday.


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