HudsonAnalytix and its cyber risk management subsidiary, HudsonCyber, announced the inclusion of its HACyberLogix cyber risk management decision-support software solution with DNV GL’s Veracity industry platform.
After last year’s NotPetya attacks, many maritime transportation organizations, as well as the IMO are requiring shipowners to have a cyber risk management system by 2021. Thus shipping companies are recognizing the need to address the challenge of cyber threats. Further, the potential risks of the reliance on information systems have become a vital component of enterprise security for shipping companies.
Now, more than 120,000 Veracity users will have access to a solution that combines maritime risk management with cybersecurity expertise, capabilities, and best practices via an electronic interface.
The HACyberLogix informs where and how shipowners and operators should allocate resources, enables them to benchmark their cybersecurity capability progress over time, and helps them sustain their long-term cyber risk management efforts.
HACyberLogix incorporates the latest cybersecurity standards from the US National Institute of Standards & Technology (NIST), the Center for Internet Security’s Critical Controls, and the ISO / IEC 27001 guidelines.
It also complies with the IMO’s International Safety Management and International Ship and Port Facility Security Codes.