Port of Amsterdam provided an updated, warning about brand phishing attacks and how organizations can be protected and never ‘bite’ into a phishing email.
The European Space Agency (ESA) has provided a contract to CYSEC SA, a cyber security company from Switzerland, to develop a solution mitigating the cyber risks related to ship tracking using satellite communications.
In their weekly list of malicious emails to shipping companies for the second week of April, maritime security firm Dryad Global and Red Sky Alliance, observed a large percentage of these emails attempting to deliver Windows trojan malware.
The COVID-19 crisis has resulted to an increased demand of testing kits and personal protective equipment (PPE) onboard; Thus, North Club highlights that shipowners and seafarers should be aware of the risks when deciding on testing and PPE requirements and exercise caution when purchasing.
ABS Consulting, a subsidiary of ABS, launched a variety of cyber security services to assist waterway facilities throughout the United States implement a cyber risk management program to comply with the MTSA regulations.
The World Maritime University (WMU) continues its research projects, reporting that due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the restrictions that followed, they will conduct their meetings and discussions about future cyber security goals through virtual plenary meeting.
The regulatory framework of the shipping industry is improving so that all challenges arising can be either prevented or dealt with. Yet, what happens with the cyber risks? The ISM Code is now more important than ever, to ensure that vessels report any identified cyber risk, and become cyber resilient.
Last month, Gard was notified by several of our correspondents that they had received an unusual e-mail from our CEO asking for details about outstanding payments. Security Advisor, Eili Bjelkåsen, in Gard’s Technology and Security department tells the story. Knowing how fraudsters operate is key to understanding how to protect yourself and your company.
Interpol warns that cyberthreats are constantly evolving in order to take advantage of online behaviour and trends. The COVID-19 outbreak is no exception.
Swiss-based container shipping major Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) suspect that they have been cyber attacked as their social media accounts and website were not available.
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