Shipowners, operators and managers need to collaborate, train crew and invest in cyber security to protect ships from online threats
Shamoon is back... one of the most destructive malware families that caused damage to Saudi Arabia's largest oil producer in 2012 and this time it has targeted energy sector organizations primarily operating in the Middle East.
Ships are the victims of cyber-security incidents more often than people think. Industry groups publish cyber-security guidelines to address issues.
In an increasingly connected and technologically dependent world, new areas of vulnerability are emerging.
In the first part of this double feature, Katherine Dunn investigates an emerging security risk for the shipping industry, as maritime authorities report a rising number of GPS failures
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According to Sjaak Schouteren, partner in the European Cyber team at JLT Specialty, the maritime sector is constantly embracing new business models and technology, but unfortunately this has made them a target of cyber criminals.
The 50,000 ships sailing the sea at any one time have joined an ever-expanding list of objects that can be hacked. Cybersecurity experts recently displayed how easy it was to break into a ship's navigational equipment. This comes only a few years after researchers showed that they could fool the GPS of a superyacht into altering course. Once upon a...
The first industry report of its kind, the Global Maritime Issues Monitor 2018 takes a global look at the major issues that are likely to impact the global maritime industry over the next 10 years.
"The U.S. maritime industry is not prepared for future cyber-attacks," maritime law firm Jones Walker LLP has warned in a new survey and report released October 23.