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Top 6 examples of ransomware

In its March edition of ‘Phish and Ships’, Be Cyber Aware at Sea cited the most influential and destructive examples of ransomware currently emerging. Despite significant progress, ransomware is still difficult to stop even for Windows computers running antivirus. The only reliable defence is a backup, but even that can come under attack if it can be reached from the infected PC.

Top 6 cyber threats for 2018

In its latest newsletter, ‘Be Cyber Aware At Sea’ highlights cyber security developments and acknowledges the top 6 cyber threats. Despite the sudden spurt in malware and ransomware attacks worldwide, non-malware attacks were the weapons of choice for cyber criminals in 2017.

Be Cyber Aware At Sea receives 2018 SMART4SEA Training Award

SAFETY4SEA is pleased to announce that Be Cyber Aware At Sea has received the 2018 SMART4SEA Training Award at the prestigious 2018 SMART4SEA Awards Ceremony which successfully concluded on January the 30th, the evening ahead of the SMART4SEA Conference, at Yacht Club of Greece in Athens.

Managing maritime cyber risks in 2018

In its first issue of  “Phish & Ships” newsletter for 2018, Be Cyber Aware at Sea campaign provides an insight of the issues which will likely be shaping the shipping industry’s response to maritime cyber security risks throughout the year, focusing specifically on UK developments on cyber risks and the arrival of new EU data protection legislation.

Human factor: the biggest liability issue of cyber security

In its latest issue of “Phish & Ships”, Be Cyber Aware at sea, touches upon the issue of cyber security. It presents thoughts of of industry leaders, as well as advice and new guidance on how to deal with maritime cyber risks.

USBs serious threat to cyber security

In the latest issue of Phish&Ships maritime cyber security newsletter, Be Cyber Aware at Sea campaign draws attention to the rise of worrying security weaknesses affecting the industry, revealing that, in the past month, more attacks have been reported.

Cyber threats turning industry to legacy systems?

In its latest edition of Phish&Ships newsletter, Be Cyber Aware at Sea campaign provides an insight into the pain and costs associated with cyber losses, while also exploring the old technologies which could re-emerge as vessels seek to protect themselves against GPS weaknesses. 

Loose clicks sink ships

Be Cyber Aware at Sea campaign issued a short film, supported by HFW, illustrating how a simple click on the computer could lead to the ultimate disaster of sinking and urging operators to be wary of pop-ups, emails and websites asking for sensitive information.

Crew training vital to achieve cyber security

Be Cyber Aware At Sea campaign issued its monthly Phish&Ships newsletter, exploring the development of best practices when it comes to cyber security in shipping industry and their impact on safety of navigation.

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Alerts Casualties Loss Prevention Maritime Health Regulation Safety Seafarers Security
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Guidelines for Direct Load Analysis and Strength Assessment of hull structure
american salvage association
ASA President: US salvors ‘never failed to respond to an incident’
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Ferry with 600 passengers collides with buoy off Japan
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first vlcc with scrubbers
First VLCC with scrubbers built
polar expedition cruise ship
China to get its first polar expedition cruise ship
new shipping routes in bering sea
New shipping routes in the Bering Sea and Bering Strait
Connectivity Cyber Security E-navigation Energy Efficiency Maritime Software Smart
russian cyber threats
7 steps an organization’s cyber security becomes at-risk
blockchain in shipping
Shipping cryptocurrency sees first transaction
blockchain in logistics
Blockchain to revolutionize ocean shipping
CIC Detentions PSC Focus Vetting
safety of navigation cic
Tokyo MoU presents preliminary results of Safety of Navigation CIC
requirements for vessels
Requirements for vessels calling in Australia, China, Europe & USA
ship refuge
Indian MoU issues preliminary results of Safety of Navigation CIC
CSR Shipping Sustainability
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Panama Canal sings soybean and corn deal
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convention limitation of liability for maritime claims
A look into the Convention on Limitation of Liability for Maritime Claims
wartsila acquires transas
Wärtsilä acquires Transas
maersk product tankers
EU clears Maersk Product Tankers acquisition