Tag: cyberattacks

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Most contractors unprepared for cyberattacks

September 27, 2023

Via: Construction Dive

Based on the results, “most of the industry is not prepared for a serious cyberattack,” the survey’s authors wrote. These cyberattacks may not even have the AEC firm as the end goal. Stel Valavanis, the CEO of onShore Security, wrote […]

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Construction Industry Data Breach: What You Should Know

February 1, 2023

Via: ConstructConnect

In a day and age when digital security is more important than ever, it is imperative that companies and employees do everything they can to prevent cyberattacks and data breaches on company and personal data. Specifically, in an industry as […]


US construction tech firms brace for increased cyberattacks

March 30, 2022

Via: Construction Dive

Cybersecurity experts caution against something far more foundational than ransomware attacks or private data thefts when it comes to threats in the construction sector: Their eyes are on the security of building materials. “Take for instance the construction of a […]

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Tech adoption makes construction industry top target for cyberattacks

December 1, 2021

Via: Construction Dive

The construction industry is an increasingly appealing target for hackers. Recent examples include Bouygues Construction, a French contractor, falling victim to a ransomware attack in 2020. That same hacker gang, Maze, hit a Canadian construction contractor before its attack on […]


What to Expect for Public Sector Construction in 2019

December 26, 2018

Via: ConstructConnect

Looking back, 2018 brought both turmoil and innovation to government contracting. A string of cyberattacks, such as the ransomware attack on Atlanta, left public officials focused on increasing cybersecurity. Hurricane Florence in North Carolina and fires in California brought resilience […]