Analysts estimate that up to 80% of cyber breaches may originate in supply chains—attacks where hackers sabotage software or hardware before it’s sent to the customer. Protecting supply chains is therefore an absolute priority for all organizations.
The science of cryptography is at the heart of cyber security. Mobile phone calls, messaging and online banking all rely on complex mathematical algorithms to scramble information in order to protect it from malicious hackers, spies and cyber criminals.
Senior information security experts from the aviation and energy sectors recently took part in a panel discussion about the challenges of securing the critical supply chain. They were taking part in a Financial Times cyber security conference in London.
According to a new study commissioned by Inmarsat, the maritime industry has one of the most favourable attitudes towards the adoption of analytic, management and operational tools based on the internet of things (IoT).
Standards are essential for human civilization. Standards enable the global interoperability of technical solutions while ensuring that the technical progress can be applied smoothly on a global scale.