Updated May 13, 2017 8:12 a.m. ET
Governments and executives scrambled Saturday to recover from a cyberattack that wreaked havoc on computer systems around the world, as the list of victims grew to include Germany’s main rail operator and a swath of the Russian banking system.
Deutsche Bahn AG said the attack had affected its digital display panels at stations across Germany, and it expects the disruptions to lastsome time.
The state-owned company, which operates roughly 40,000 trains a day, said rail services were unaffected.
A number of Russian banks were also hit but had successfully defended against the attack, state news agency RIA cited the…
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