With more and more construction-related businesses leveraging tools such as the Internet of Things (IoT), drones, and robotics, major brokerage Gallagher Australia is drawing the construction industry’s attention to the unique risks it faces and what it described as the expanding cyberattack surface.
In a new blog post, Gallagher Australia cited the likes of biometrics, 3D building information modelling (BIM), industrial control systems, and autonomous construction machinery as among the many technologies being used by construction operations that could be targeted by cybercriminals.
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