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Secure and On-time Delivery for Transportation and Logistics Infrastructure with Armis

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From moving people via cars, trains, planes, and boats to shipping goods across various terrains and through multiple modalities such as road, rail, sea, and air, the transportation encompass a broad range of sub industries. This sector can also be described as critical infrastructure and relies on Operational Technology (OT) to maintain the integrity and reliability of the intricate systems on which global economies depend. An interruption, even briefly, due to a security breach, can lead to a potentially catastrophic fallout.

The Transportation and Logistics Landscape

The World Economic Forum suggests that digitalization could unlock approximately $1.5 trillion in business opportunities for transportation and logistics players by 2025. With this in mind, the pressure is on for organizational leaders to take the leap and invest in the future of cybersecurity. Digital transformation has made the supply chain more efficient and circular, leveraging existing technologies at lower costs, optimizing raw materials, and enhancing transport management.

Recent advancements include automated warehousing, high-speed rail, last-mile optimization, and software-based innovations such as intelligent transportation systems, predictive maintenance, drone supervision, and of course artificial intelligence.

Consequently, the transportation and logistics industry now generates vast amounts of structured and unstructured data. Advanced technologies like AI are essential for strategically managing this data. By mapping information from connected equipment and logistics software to machine learning models in the cloud and comparing that data to industry standards, businesses can achieve greater supply chain transparency and significantly reduce operational expenses.

Continue reading to learn how Armis’s flexible deployment options and integration with leading IT security vendors ensures that transportation infrastructures operate with enhanced safety and reduced risk.

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