Without secure and reliable supply-chains, your lunch will never make it to your plate.
This is why the cyber risks posed to the agricultural sector are such a concern.
A hack on a fleet of tractors could cause havoc during busy harvests.
The results: empty shelves and hungry people.
Major food producers have already experienced horrific hacks.
World-renowned processed meat makers JBS paid $11 million to resolve a ransomware attack last year.
Building cyber resilience across the networks that underpin our food supply is crucial to global stability.
It’s vital to avoid any perception of cyber resilience as something that only matters in the City of London’s skyscrapers.
It matters as much when you’re harvesting corn as it does when you’re trading corn futures.