Despite serious cyberattacks, IT security is lackluster at several container majors

Just two out of 14 container lines have safeguarded themselves against IT criminals using their company's email system to conduct identity theft, shows new survey. Password protection and secure web solutions also lack behind at several carriers.

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Careless passwords, non-encrypted customer-facing web services and email systems that do not sufficiently block identity theft.

Although some of the world's biggest container lines have fallen victim to serious cyberattacks just this year, cyber security still lacks behind in several places, shows a new cyber security analysis conducted among 14 of the world's 20 largest container shipping companies.

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