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Cyber attacks disruptive to supply chain

RMIT University < 1 mins read

Supply chain and logistics experts and a cyber security expert from RMIT University are available to talk to media about the cyber incident at DP World Australia and the potential knock-on effects for supply, demand and the economy nationally and globally. 


Professor Vinh Thai, logistics and supply chain management 

Topics: impacts, implications for various stakeholders, strategies 

Vinh Thai is professor of logistics and supply chain management and founder of the Australian Maritime Logistics Research Network (AMLRN). 


Professor Victor Gekara, transport and logistics 

Topics: Container terminal operations, international maritime logistics, international trade connectivity 

Victor Gekara’s research and teaching focus on technology transformations in transport and logistics, technology management and the implications for work, employment, and workforce skills.


Professor Matthew Warren, Director of the RMIT Centre for Cyber Security Research and Innovation 

Topics: cyber security, critical infrastructure protection, resilience 

Matthew Warren is a researcher in the areas of cyber security and critical infrastructure. 

Contact details:

Vinh Thai, +61 415 659 282 or  
Victor Gekara, +61 451 001 928 or  
Matthew Warren, +61 432 745171 or  

General media enquiries: RMIT External Affairs and Media, 0439 704 077 or 

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