Cyber Security and the Threat to Logistics
Confronting the Demands of Cyber Security and Data Privacy in a Networked Supply Chain
“For many people working in transport and logistics, 2017 was a year of reckoning with a new era of cyber threat. In a year that began with allegations that state-sponsored hacking was used to influence the US Presidential Election, followed hotly by two of history’s most devastating ransomware attacks, WannaCry and NotPetya, scarcely a day went by without cybercrime dominating the headlines.
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What’s in this White Paper
This white paper provides an impartial look at the demands of security and data privacy in a networked supply chain.
In this white paper you will read about:
The State of Cybercrime
Cybercrime has developed a complex ecosystem, made of up of hackers, facilitators and funders, all with a range of motivations.
The Threat to Logistics
While cybercrime is a problem for all sectors of the economy, there are a few key areas of concern for logistics companies.
The Future of Data Privacy
Many companies may have to make a major short-term investment in overhauling their cybersecurity practices.
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