Hackers can fly ships and planes, – CNBC

Hackers can fly ships and planes, – CNBC

Hackers can hoist ships and planes, – CNBC /p>

Container carriers and cargo planes can be a nuisance, as if it were our digital system. ;CNBC.

 In addition, hackers have already blocked the robots of transport companies.

In early 2021, Hellmann Worldwide Logistics, which deals with maritime, automobile, railroad and air transportation, announced that a phishing attack was embedded in its operation. according to the whole world and the workings of the system, to encircle the expansion of the shkidlivy PZ. & nbsp; But it dawned on me that it would cost tens of millions of dollars.

The acceptance was not ready before the attack of hackers: the system had to be turned on manually. In addition, the company has a big plan, how to practice in such situations.

Following the words of Hellmann Information Technology Director Sami Avad-Hartmann, the hackers had two main goals: the company's system was encrypted by evil and the data was stolen further away.

In 2017, a NotPetya attack hit the Danish container shipping company Maersk, among other things. and vymagali redemption from bitcoins. Battles in cyberattacks were estimated at 200-300 million dollars.

In the fierce fate of 2020, the forwarding company Toll Group, which has the Post of Japan, mushena was turning on the deacons of the information system after a cyberattack. 

In the meantime, don't let the hackers scam. 2013 the bad guys hacked systems in the port of Antwerp to break containers. So the stench could have been stolen and moved drug shipments: just like hackers penetrated the systems that need to be used That hour of delivery of containers with illegal vantage. Somehow the smugglers corrected the water, so that they took away the transport containers with drugs, the first low vantage can be overtaken.

In this case, hackers also defeated phishing attacks and spread the word attached to the spіvrobitnikі in the administration port and shipping companies.   at that time, drugs had already caught the port.

Prepared by: Sergiy Daga