NMFTA to Host Insightful Panel Discussion at Truckload 2024: Nashville

NMFTA - March 20, 2024

Will you be attending Truckload 2024: Nashville next week? If so, don’t miss the National Motor Freight Traffic Association’s (NMFTA) panel discussion, “Cyber Security in Trucking Today,” designed to help shield your business and fleet from the growing threat of cyberattacks.

This session, led by Joe Ohr, chief operating officer at NMFTA, is a must-attend for any industry professional navigating today’s challenging supply chain landscape. With cyber threats on the rise, this panel will equip you with the knowledge and tools to strengthen your defenses.

Why Attend This Session?

  • Hear Real-World Examples: Learn from real-life cybercrime cases, gaining insights into the tricks hackers use and the vulnerabilities they exploit.
  • Attain Actionable Steps: Discover concrete strategies to prevent cyberattacks and protect your organization’s enterprise systems and assets.
  • Boost Resilience: Get practical tips on how to bounce back quickly if your company does get hit by a cyberattack.

What You’ll Walk Away With

  • In-depth understanding of cyber threats facing trucking companies.
  • Proven methods to fortify your cybersecurity measures.
  • Confidence to navigate the ever-evolving cybersecurity landscape.

Join the Experts

This informative session features a powerhouse panel including:

  • James Crawford of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) will share his expertise on cybersecurity, case studies, and a myriad of resources.
  • Joshua Fisher of the U.S. Secret Service will provide insights on how they tackle cybercrime and can assist your organization.
  • Adam Abresch of Acrisure will offer industry-specific solutions and the importance of cyber insurance as a leader in cyber solutions.

Don’t Miss Out

Make plans to level up your cybersecurity knowledge. This session is scheduled for 2:00 pm CT on Tuesday, March 26 at the Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center.

To learn more about the conference, click here.


The National Motor Freight Traffic Association promotes, advances, and improves the welfare and interests of the motor carrier industry and less than truckload carriers operating in commerce, both domestically and/or internationally.

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