Countdown to new IMO cyber guidelines deadline
In conjunction with our member carriers, DCSA has published the DCSA Implementation Guide for Cyber Security on Vessels for the global container shipping industry. The purpose of the guide is to facilitate vessel readiness for the IMO Resolution MSC.428(98) on Maritime Cyber Risk Management in Safety Management Systems, set to take effect in...
By Graham Sutherland, Senior Researcher & Consultant at Nettitude
A computer virus forced a US-regulated maritime facility offline for more than 30 hours, the country's coast guard has revealed.
A data breach at UK-based Crew and Concierge Limited has exposed the personal data of 17,379 people of 50 different nationalities working in the yachting industry.
Partially driven by the upcoming inclusion of Cyber Security by the IMO (International Maritime Organisation), 2019 was a really busy year for maritime security testing at PTP.
George Papaioannou : CEO & co founder at Crontab Cyber Security Limited
The call came in by radio one evening last September, at around 9 p.m. On the line was the master of a tanker, approaching the end of a monthlong journey from the Port of South Louisiana and carrying more than 5,000 metric tons of ethanol. The message was urgent: The ship's GPS signal had suddenly disappeared-leaving the crew...
Today´s global maritime sector depends more and more on digitalization, integration of operations, and automation.
Of all the ways cyber threats might damage the physical world of people, companies and economies, it's hard to imagine a more disruptive one than attacks on global shipping.