The maritime industry will remain a target of cyber-criminals in 2021 and the world’s shipping fleets will need to be on high alert for cyber-attacks as the industry recovers from the damage caused by the global pandemic.
With new International Maritime Organization requirements on cyber risk management imminent, CJC Senior Associate Richard Murray and IEIT Cyberlogic conclude that making ships truly cyber secure involves a marathon not a sprint.
ABB Marine & Ports’ cybersecurity laboratory opens at a key moment in shipping’s digital development as stricter maritime cybersecurity rules enter force on January 1, 2021
Collaboration between risk management and insurance sectors will focus on education, training and guidance to reduce maritime cyber risk
Leading Classification Society ClassNK won the Safety Initiative Award at the Seatrade Maritime Awards Asia 2020 held online on June 23 for its initiatives with cybersecurity.
It provides information on matters such as reference guidelines and standards, terms and definitions, goals for design and construction, functional requirements, technical requirements and verification testing.
Korean Register (KR) has completed a comprehensive cyber security survey of the chemical/oil tanker SONGA HAWK and has certified the ship to be fully compliant in all areas, the very first ship to achieve the certification.
NYK and Dualog announced that a new project for the development of a cyber-risk management system for ships will receive two years of funding from the Norwegian government fund Innovation Norway.**
DNV GL has awarded HHI the world’s first AiP for the Cyber Secure (Advanced) class notation on liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) carriers.