Romanian high-speed acrobatic truck theft gang jailed by Paris court
A Romanian gang, dubbed the “acrobats,” who robbed trucks travelling at 90kph on French motorways, ...
An investigation into the growing threat to the shipping and ports industries by cyber criminals and hackers. Here’s the rub: the complex IT systems developed to run ships and container terminals were designed by software developers in conjunction with industry professionals. The point was to create something that worked and helped make the supply chain more efficient and productive. But it was done without the involvement of IT security experts – frankly, the risks are scary.
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