If the pace in 2018 continues, it would top the $46.2 million reported losses for 2017.
Posted Thursday July 05, 2018 in Security
Various trucking and freight transport groups urged U.S. regulators to prioritize cybersecurity as manufacturers and suppliers continue rolling out more automated and autonomous driving systems
Posted Monday June 18, 2018 in Security
Too many people turn a blind eye to the cost of cargo thefts, even though it’s run by organized crime groups and its proceeds goes toward funding more violent crime
The number of cyberattacks to the trucking and logistics industries are growing, with attacks having the potential to cripple a company, according to a panel of experts at the Fleet Data Management and Cybersecurity Conference.
The growing threat of cyberattacks and cyber fraud to the trucking industry is very real, FBI Special Agent Regis Billings, during a presentation at Omnitracs’ fourth annual Outlook user conference.
Posted Tuesday February 20, 2018 in Security
Cargo theft in the U.S. is 15 percent lower in 2017 when compared to 2016, along with a negligible increase in average loss value year-over-year, reports recording firm SensiGuard.
Canada’s Senate Committee on Transport and Communications delivered 16 recommendations to help prepare Canadians for the autonomous vehicles, adding the country should better plan for the impacts