The shipping industry needs to take cybersecurity far more seriously, according to a survey that emerged today—like a red sky in the morning—and the warning is not just for the maritime folks, but for any company that has dealings with them.

Cyberattacks on the maritime industry could expose client data and have far-reaching collateral consequences for an array of U.S. businesses that are involved in importing, exporting or otherwise have ties to the shipping world.

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