The increase in the use of information technologies and the automation of processes in companies in the logistics and land transportation sector means that the cyber risks to which they are exposed are increasing, due to the fact that within their operations they share and process large volumes of information between interconnected systems to maintain their service offerings. This has become the challenge for this sector to develop capabilities to maintain the operation of its logistics cycle when it is under adverse cybernetic conditions. This document proposes a model for companies in the logistics and ground transportation sector to establish a level of cyber resilience that seeks to maintain the capacity of their logistics operations even when under cyber-attack. Likewise, explains its application in a representative company of the sector in Colombia to illustrate to companies in the sector a way to manage the causes and effects of any adverse cyber event.