A single cyberattack on major ports in the Asia-Pacific region could cost US$110 billion – roughly equivalent to half of all losses from natural catastrophes globally in 2018.
According to a report released by Lloyd’s of London and produced by the University of Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies, the losses could occur in an extreme scenario in which a computer virus infects 15 ports across Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, South Korea, and China.
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