A single cyber attack on several Asian ports could end up costing somewhere between USD 40.8 and 110 billion, concludes Center for Risk Studies at the University of Cambridge in a new study, made in collaboration with Lloyd's.
This estimate is based on the worst-case scenario, in which a computer virus is spread to the 15 biggest ports in Japan, Malaysia, Singapore and China gaining access to databases.
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