Maritime Cyber Risks Blog

Being able to get accurate location information anywhere in the world is something we have come to take for granted. The availability of cheap receivers means that GPS has been adopted across sectors in ways that were never envisaged by the system's original designers. From tracking sports players on a pitch for improved training to enabling...

As we move towards 2021, the level of cyber awareness amongst the maritime community is increasing rapidly. There has been a marked change in attitude over the last few years, particularly since the well-publicised Maersk cyber-attack of 2017, which was a wakeup call to an industry who often thought cyber was a problem that might disappear.

Your customers trust that you're taking every measure possible to protect your personal and confidential information. In the U.P. we feel safe and protected living in a remote and safe part of the world. Living here makes it easy to forgot how quickly, easily connected and vulnerable we are to the rest of the world.

World leader in satellite communications Inmarsat has launched its second annual report, in association with The Superyacht Group, to gain a unique understanding of the future requirements for global, mobile satellite communications on superyachts by analysing input from superyacht skippers, senior crew, chief engineers and technical professionals...

The maritime transport industry is increasingly reliant on computing and communication technologies, and the need for cyber risk management of critical systems and assets on vessels is becoming critically important. In this paper, a comprehensive cyber risk assessment of a ship is presented.