The Rise of Cyber Risk in the Construction Industry - September 2020

By Brian Cooper, Sr. Managing Director, US Construction Practice; John Liston, Area Senior Vice Preside
Wed, Sep 23, 2020

As businesses increasingly depend on technology, require immediate access to data and rely on a cyber-secure vendor supply chain, the attack surface and the threat grow larger by the day. The construction industry epitomizes this reality. 

The Expanding Cyberattack Surface in Construction 
Construction-related businesses face the same fundamental cyber threats as other industries but have unique risks that are associated with specific tools they use for managing data, delivering services and systems control. These include: Read more.


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