Fending Off a Cyberattack
For this new year, there are plenty of concerns fleet managers have about the future of trucking maintenance. However, an emerging problem has been the danger of cyberattacks.
EV Charging Infrastructure Potentially Unprepared for Cyberattacks
Electric vehicle charging stations are vulnerable to a number of different cyberattack scenarios. A Sandia Labs research report described how a review of vulnerabilities helps prioritize grid protections and inform public policymakers.
Cybersecurity: Best Practices to Reduce Your Risks
Program Airs: October 13, 2022. Cybersecurity threats extend beyond back offices and to every vehicle on the highway. The COVID-19 pandemic and shift to more remote work has made the trucking industry a more attractive target than ever. Tune into this webinar to learn about the evolving threats and how to avoid a debilitating security breakdown.October 13, 2022
Emerging Standards Shield Trucks From Cyberattacks
WASHINGTON — The trucking industry is exploring numerous cybersecurity standards as advances in technologies increase the risk of attack.
Toyota Idles All Japan Plants Due to Supplier System Outage
Toyota Motor Corp. will suspend output at all of its Japan factories on March 1 following disruptions to a supplier’s systems, marking another setback for the world’s top auto producer.
Fleets Can Take Steps to Reduce Risk of Cybersecurity Threats
It may not be possible to eliminate cybersecurity breaches, but with the right safeguards in place, trucking and logistics companies can reduce the risk of being hacked or falling victim to a ransomware attack, industry experts said.
Delay in Creating New Cybersecurity Board Prompts Concern
RICHMOND, Va. — It’s a key part of President Joe Biden’s plans to fight major ransomware attacks and digital espionage campaigns: creating a board of experts that would investigate major incidents to see what went wrong and try to prevent the problems from happening again — much like a transportation safety board does with plane crashes.
US Unveils New Cyber Mandates for Passenger, Freight Rail Carriers
Major passenger and freight railroads will soon be required to report cybersecurity breaches quickly and review how susceptible they are to cyberattack, senior officials at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security said Dec. 2.
House Transportation Policymakers Recommend Additional Pipeline Security
The leaders of the transportation committee in the U.S. House of Representatives pressed federal agencies to continue their robust response and review of cybersecurity operations months after a cyberattack disrupted a major petroleum pipeline.
Cyber Official Warns ‘American Way of Life’ at Risk From Hackers
A top U.S. cybersecurity official offered a dire warning to members of Congress Nov. 3, saying the “American way of life” faces serious risks amid the drumbeat of ransomware attacks and physical threats to the nation’s critical infrastructure.