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Are you prepared for the next big disruptive threat: Fleet wide attacks?
Technology is now common to fleet operations, from offices to the vehicles. The trucking industry has improved with the use of technology, but the advancement has also increased the risk of cyberattacks. Threat can come in any shape and size, including consumer data breaches, Denial-of-Service (DoS) attacks, malicious exploit attempts, intellectual property theft and the safety of drivers and passengers.
How you can ensure your investments are always protected
Managing fleet vehicles often presents its own unique challenges. Fortunately, we’re here to make your job less stressful and your fleet & its infrastructure safer. We provide solutions customized to the specific needs of trucking fleets.
Know vulnerabilities in your system
Vehicles, Connected Electronics & Telematics
Vehicles or connected electronics can be used to gain unauthorized control over the vehicles’ operations, such as starting/stopping the engine, locking/unlocking the doors and more.
Any companion application can be exploited to gain unauthorized access to the connected electronics or to vehicle controls and operations, potentially risking the entire fleet.
The entire fleet can be attacked through rogue firmware updates.