Jones Walker LLP released the findings of its 2022 Ports and Terminals Cybersecurity Survey, examining cybersecurity preparedness in North America-based ports and terminals. The results reflect the responses of 125 c-suite executives, directors, security and compliance officers, and general counsel, and confirm that cybersecurity remains a top concern for the ports and terminals sector within the maritime industry.
This survey is Jones Walker’s third on the topic of cybersecurity. Jones Walker attorneys Andy Lee, Ford Wogan, Jim Kearns, and Ilsa Luther authored a comprehensive report outlining the key findings and recommendations on how to assess and test cyber readiness for maritime industry stakeholders, especially those within the ports and terminals sector.
Key findings of the Jones Walker 2022 Ports and Terminals Cybersecurity Survey include:
- Confidence Is High in a Threat-Rich Environment
- Take a Clear-Eyed View of Potential Threats
- Make a Plan, Test the Plan, Update the Plan
- People and Communication Are Key
To view a copy of the survey report, please click here.