New report warns hackers could create another Ever Given incident in the Suez

The Suez Canal is among the most secure waterways in the world, with thousands of soldiers and check-points covering the 193 km trade artery. However, despite the military hardware on site, it is the ships transiting the canal which could pose the greatest threat to security.

With GPS spoofing on the rise at multiple locations around the world and cyber attacks proving how easy it is to take control of a ship, a new report on maritime cyber security has suggested the Suez could suffer a repeat of the Ever Given disaster which blocked the canal for six days last year, though this time at the hands of hackers.

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