2020 will be remembered by many people as the year of the COVID-19 pandemic, but also as a year in which companies and workers have had to change their ways of working to adapt to this new imposed reality. The changes have been many, from enabling teleworking where possible, improving service infrastructure, changes in physical spaces to ensure the safety of workers, to digital transformation. However, many businesses will look back on 2020 as a challenging year in which they not only had to deal with the problems of the pandemic, but also the problems related to cybersecurity. The numbers are there:
*Data shared by AON Cyber Solutions.
Unfortunately, the data we have for 2021 are not much more flattering.
If we analyse these results, we can see that the logistics and transport sector appears to be one of the relevant sectors for cybercriminals. Their interest in this sector is clear: logistics companies have information that could be sensitive because of the material they transport or because of their customers' own data. In addition, causing operations to shut down also has a direct impact on other sectors, making the overall damage even greater. But how can we protect ourselves in this situation?
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