“It’s not a matter if you get hacked but when you get hacked”
Current Maritime Cyber Security Landscape
While you are preparing to fix the ships, attackers are still looking for weaknesses. As long as you are connected to the internet, there is always someone, somewhere who is trying to find a way in and it is only a matter of time until they succeed
We have established an on-shore secure gateway – all network traffic runs through the cyber security centre, with a team of security experts (the same team who is responsible for the pen testing)
monitoring all the traffic.
We use industry leading security products:
Firewalls to block unwanted traffic;
Intrusion Detection to check for and block hackers;
Anti-virus to stop Malware; and
Web proxies to filter out dangerous websites
We tap on cloud-based security to achieve high availability
and easy global coverage.
All traffic is monitored by a team of experts, with fast alerting of any problems and regular reporting/ fast intervention in case of casualty.
From our list of services, you may select only the applicable / relevant services. Your order request will then be sent to us and we will contact you via email once your order has been processed.
IMO imposes cyber security on ship ISM
20 June, 2017
Ship hack 'risks chaos in English Channel'
07 June, 2018
Nigerian Hacking Group Targets Shipping Firms
24 April, 2018
A pirate-obsessed Nigerian hacking group is attacking the maritime industry
19 April, 2018
Svitzer employee details stolen in data breach affecting almost half of its Australian employees
March 15, 2018
Hacked at sea: Concerns grow for ship, port cybersecurity
February 5, 2018
Projected Cyber-attacks in 2018
- A matter of ‘When’, Not ‘If’?
December 5, 2017