Authors: Damion Walker Marty Ross Haley Wagner-Drilling


The food and agriculture industry has always been focused on finding ways to improve efficiency, productivity and sustainability. Technology has become a key player in this pursuit, with innovations such as precision farming, automated machinery, data analytics and artificial intelligence (AI). These technologies have the potential to revolutionize every aspect of agriculture and bring about significant improvements.

However, implementing technology in agriculture isn't without its challenges. This white paper delves into the role of technological disruption in the food and agriculture industry. It explores both the opportunities and complications that arise from integrating technology into the sector, with the ultimate goal of creating a more sustainable and profitable future.


Author Information

Marty Ross

Marty Ross

COO, Cyber Liability Practice

Haley Wagner-Drilling

Haley Wagner-Drilling

Area Vice President, Food & Agriculture Practice


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