Mondelez International, maker of such brands as Oreo, Ritz and Sour Patch Kids, is in the midst of rolling out a video-based security awareness and training program.

The 2017 NotPetya supply-chain wiper attack hit $26.6 billion global food company Mondelez International hard, sidelining Windows-based computers and disrupting its distribution.

Sure, APT attacks can be destructive and even deadly, but denying the world their Oreo cookies is just plain cruel. Indeed, Nikolay Betov, information security officer at Mondelez, told SC media that this event “changed everything."

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