Cybercrime report

Cybercrime is a growing concern for the construction sector in the Middle east.

Amidst the rise of cybercrimes and cyberattacks, it has become paramount for companies across the globe to prioritise the establishment of strong cybersecurity measures.

Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, Accuracy, and New York University Abu Dhabi (NYUAD) collaborated to carry out a compre- hensive survey within the Middle East region’s construction sector (the Survey). The purpose of the Survey was to evaluate the risks construction project participants face in relation to cybercrimes and gauge their level of preparedness.

This report examines the common cybercrime and cybersecurity practices in the Middle East construction sector using the results from the Survey. In addition to this introductory section, the report is structured as follows:

  • Section II sets out the executive summary.

  • Section III sets out the key findings from the Survey, including highlighting risks that make the sector more vulnerable.

  • Section IV sets out our recommendations on best cybersecurity practices, including mitigation strategies, for the construc- tion sector based on the data and findings gathered from the Survey.

  • Section V explains the methodology adopted to gather and analyse the Survey data.

  • Section VI provides our conclusion and key takeaway points from the Survey findings.


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