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Time to take stock of cyber risks

Maritime Risk International

Time to take stock of cyber risks

As fully autonomous vessels are expected to take to the seas by 2018, organisations within maritime industries need to take stock of the threat that cyber risk represents as increasing digitisation redefines the market, as Ffion Flockhart, Steven Hadwin and Rahul Mansigani, of Norton Rose Fulbright, explore

The maritime and broader logistics industries have, until recently, been viewed as relatively “low risk” from a cyber threat perspective in comparison to finance, insurance and manufacturing industries due, in part, to their cautious adoption of technology. Like in many other industries, however, organisations within the maritime sector are increasingly becoming “digitised” as technological solutions improve efficiencies.

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