In its latest issue of Be Cyber Aware at Sea, Phish and Ships discuss DNV GL’s piece on achieving type approval for cyber security, outlining the steps involved to cyber resilience.
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In May’s issue of Be cyber Aware at Sea, Phish and Ships discusses the new normal arising from the COVID-19 pandemic, addressing the risks arising and the cyber security issues of the digital era.
In April’s Be Cyber Aware at Sea monthly issue, Phish and Ships focuses on seafarers’ ways of communicating with family and friends during the COVID-19 crisis, highlighting the importance of keeping social media accounts safe and protected from cyber criminals.
Cyber security plays a major role in the shipping industry, followed by a number of cyber attacks in the past that alerted the industry and pushed for more precautionary measures, given its impact in shipping operations. Now, in March’s issue of Be Cyber Aware at Sea, Phish and Ships notes that it is important to understand what makes a vessel cyber seaworthy.
In its latest issue of Phish and Ships, Be Cyber Aware at Sea discusses the Shadow IT term explaining what it is and highlights that attackers look specifically for Shadow IT knowing that is a vulnerable part of an organization’s network.
In the January issue of Be Cyber Aware at Sea, Phish and Ships focuses on 2021 as a transitional year with new regulations coming into force, but with concerns being raised over the guidelines that “will be already out of date”.
In its December issue of Be Cyber Aware at Sea, Phish and Ship discuss the term of “information assurance” which is connected to cyber security measures, used to protect the information systems, as the computer systems and the networks.
In its latest issue of Be Cyber Aware at Sea, Phish and Ships discusses the upcoming 2020 transition from the perspective of the finalization of cyber security plans by the IMO, which will improve safety communications and e-navigation in the year to come.
In its November edition of Phish and Ships, Be Cyber Aware at Sea focuses on how to get ahead of the hackers, in light of the increasing cyber attacks; Security experts recommend shipowners to improve the training of their staff, making them able to rapidly identify fake emails and ensure they are ready to adapt to the IMO 2021 changes.
In its September issue of Phish and Ships, Be Cyber Aware at Sea addresses how vital it is for shipmanagers to report any cyber attack, as a typical phenomenon seems to be the reluctance on reporting cyber threats as they are afraid of damaging their reputation and image.
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