Russian oil producer Rosneft, one of the first to admit its systems were hit by Tuesday’s cyberthreat, said production was unaffected by the attack. Rosneft said Wednesday its operations were proceeding as usual after it switched over to a reserve control system following a cyberattack that swept across most of Europe. “The company works as usual [and] the situation is under control,” it said through its official Twitter account. “It is premature to evaluate the cyber attack impact.” The large scale hacker attack has not affected the Company production processes. There are particular issues, that are resolved promptly. — Rosneft (@RosneftEN) June 28, 2017 The ransomware cyberattack from the so-called Petya or NotPetya bug targeted thousands of government and private corporate […]