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Q&A with GlobalData thematic analyst

Cyberattacks are becoming more frequent and complex, threatening all aspects of the mining value chain. These attacks can result in theft of geological data, product disruptions due to attack on interconnected tech, and cyberattacks on operational technology networks. Analyst Amna Mujahid suggests the best defense for mining firms is to adopt the latest cybersecurity solutions, establish clear data security practices, and create contingency plans. Cybersecurity revenues for mining are projected to increase from $1.6bn in 2020 to $2.5bn by 2025.

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