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Juice Jacking: How Hackers Use Public Charging Ports to Gain Access to Your Device

“Juice jacking” is so common and widespread that the FBI has issued a warning for people to avoid using public charging ports. View 12 tips to protect your data while traveling.

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Heavy-Duty Truck Research and How Your Fleet Can Get Involved

Research presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) conference in Detroit recently suggested a critical imperative to help enhance the cybersecurity of heavy-duty trucks. And NMFTA is in the perfect position to advocate for this advancement.

Classification Reimagined Keeps NMFC System Modern and Up to Date

For more than 65 years NMFTA has constantly monitored changes in the industry and in technology to ensure we kept the National Motor Freight Classification (NMFC) fresh.

Do I Need a SCAC? Probably, So Let’s Look at the Details

Since NMFTA’s system for the management of Standard Carrier Alpha Codes (SCAC) has significantly changed with the April 10 launch of the new SCAC system, we’ve had more than the usual spotlight recently on SCAC. Are you left wondering, “Do I need a SCAC?”

How to Have the Best Strategies in Place for Data Loss Recovery

Few disasters have more potential to cripple a trucking company than the loss of its data. Imagine not being able to make payroll, or losing all access to your invoices, or not having records on your assets or your customers. Worse: Imagine not being able to get it back – at least not right away.

Part 3: Dave Nemo Show Broadcasts Live from La Jolla Meeting, Interviews NMFTA Leadership, Staff

NMFTA recently shared quotes from its leaders and key members that were broadcast by the Dave Nemo Show during February’s NMFTA Membership Meeting in La Jolla, CA.

Let Us Cyberattack Your Organization (Simulated, Of Course) To See If You’re Ready For a Real One

Is your organization ready for a cyberattack? Not just your IT department. Your whole organization. When a cyberattack hits, it doesn’t just affect the IT department. But in most companies, it’s only the IT people who give much thought to such scenarios.

New SCAC System Is Live: Here’s What To Do If You Need Help With It

The newest SCAC system has officially launched, and companies all across the trucking industry are getting acquainted with the first all-digital system for managing Standard Carrier Alpha Codes. Need assistance? We’re here to help.

Insurer to Trucking Companies: Be Smart about Cybersecurity Insurance

Trucking companies must protect themselves against cyber attacks – both in a preventive sense and in a reactive sense. The best-case scenario, of course, is for no successful attack to ever occur, which is why we often tell you about strategies to prevent such an event.

What Is SCAC and How Do Carriers Get It?

As the National Motor Freight Traffic Association (NMFTA) and the trucking industry roll toward the release of SCAC 2.0, it’s a good idea to step back and make sure we’re clear on the most basic of questions.

Business E-mail Compromise (BEC) Scams: An Underappreciated Cyberthreat

Everyone at some point receives an e-mail that seems fishy, and perhaps prompts them to show it to someone else, wondering, “Do you think this is legitimate?” There are good reasons people are asking that.

Sweeping Changes to Classification System to Take Effect April 8

Making the National Motor Freight Classification® (NMFC®) system as easy as possible for the industry to use is a high priority here at the National Motor Freight Traffic Association (NMFTA). That is why NMFTA’s Freight Classification Development Council (FCDC) took several actions during NMFTA’s recent membership meeting in La Jolla, CA to make the NMFC simpler and easier for shippers.