ABB’s automation, propulsion and switchboard systems for vessels have successfully been verified to meet DNV’s class notation ‘Cyber secure SP0’, based on the IMO’s guidelines for cyber risk management.
The threat of cyber-attacks on critical systems on board vessels has never been greater. Reports suggests that reliance on digital systems and remote working during the COVID-19 crisis coincided with a fourfold increase in maritime cyber-attacks from February last year.
ClassNK Consulting Service Co., Ltd. (NKCS) has launched the service to support ship management companies in complying with ISM requirements for cybersecurity.
e5 Lab and ClassNK have signed a joint research agreement on cybersecurity. For their first joint research project, they will conduct a PoC on “Marindows”, a comprehensive digital platform for ships being developed by e5 Lab.
The new company will provide bespoke cybersecurity solutions, guidance, methodology and training to the maritime industry.
The Coronavirus pandemic is leaving the maritime and offshore energy sectors vulnerable to cyber-attack, with Naval Dome citing a massive 400% increase in attempted hacks since February 2020.
Korean Register has signed MOU with SHI to conduct a joint study on “Ship Cyber Security Network Construction and Design Safety Evaluation” at the Marine Engineering Research Center of SHI.
In a milestone for the marine industry, ABB’s solutions on board a large passenger ship have been awarded cybersecurity verification from classification society DNV GL
DNV GL has presented Samsung Heavy Industries Co., Ltd. (SHI) with an Approval in Principle (AIP) for the Cyber Secure (Advanced+) notation.