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LR, Seabury partner helping maritime owners deal with business risks

Lloyd’s Register, Classification Society, is collaborating with Seabury Maritime, LLC, the global maritime investment banking and industry advisory company, to help the shipping stakeholders make key business decisions on digitalization and decarbonization issues based on the operational and capital expenditure challenges they face.

Mexican oil company refuses to pay ransom to hackers

As Reuters reports, the Mexican national oil company Pemex detected a hack in its operations on Sunday, November 10, that forced the company to suspend its operations, shutting down computers across Mexico and freezing systems such as payments. Still, the company refuses to pay the ransom demanded by the hackers.

First SAFETY4SEA Manila Forum focuses on key shipping workforce challenges

The inaugural SAFETY4SEA Manila Forum was successfully concluded on Tuesday 12th of November 2019 at New World Manila Bay Hotel, Philippines, attracting 350 delegates from 120 organizations. Discussions varied among key challenges affecting the industry, with a special focus on the hot issue of attracting new generations and diversified talents in the maritime industry which is struggling to cope with the reforms brought by accelerating technology and remain productive and efficient.

2020: What will change in maritime cyber security

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.

UK marine services company hit by cyber attack

The UK-based marine services provider James Fisher and Sons (JFS) announced that they were victims of a cyber attack, as their computer systems suffered an unauthorized intrusion. The company as a precaution took all affected systems offline, to understand in what extend they had been affected and acknowledge the severity of the attack.

Cyber security guidance for use onboard launched

BIMCO and the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) have published a new cyber security guidebook as a guide for the master and officers on board ships and thereby help them prepare for a potential cyber incident. The “Cyber Security Workbook for On Board Ship Use” report highlights that amid the fast digitalization development, and the industry’s heavy reliance on technology.

New facility in Plymouth to address maritime cyber security

A new research facility aiming to address the key cyber security challenges facing the shipping industry is being established at the University of Plymouth. The £3million Cyber-SHIP Lab, supported by funding from Research England, part of UK Research and Innovation, and industry, will gather connected maritime systems currently found on an actual ship’s bridge.

Unravelling the myth behind cyber security

During the SAFETY4SEA Hamburg Forum, Chronis Kapalidis, Cyber Expert, HudsonAnalytix, referred to myths behind cyber security. He stressed that the narrative about cybersecurity, when talking to industry stakeholders should focus on cyber risk and cyber resilience instead of cybersecurity.


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