In its February 2020 newsletter, the Korean Register informs that the cyber security type approval has been developed based on international standards such as ISA 62443 4-2, IEC 61162-460, and inspect cyber security level and function of cyber systems including remote access equipment; integrated control and monitoring systems on board the ship. The security requirements and their levels are verified on 12 categories and 124 requirements.
In its February 2020 newsletter the Korean Register informs that that the goal of the OpenWeb Application Security Project (OWASP)’s Things Internet Project is to help manufacturers, developers, and consumers further understand more accurately the security issues associated with the Internet of Things and help users make wiser decisions in terms of security when building, distributing or evaluating IoT technology. Namely, in the infographic provided, OWASP informs about the ten vulnerabilities concerning the IoT.
In its February 2020 newsletter, the Korean Register introduces wireless networks in relation to their vulnerability and potential countermeasures. It is said that wireless networks are often used in environments in the existing concept of wired LAN expansion; and most of them are composed of the form of connecting wireless AP to existing wired LANs and installing wireless LAN cards to clients. Thus, the separation of wired LAN and wireless LAN is not considered at all- KR stresses that this constitutes a security problem.
Korean Register (KR), Classification Society and Hyundai LNG Shipping (HLS) inked a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to proceed a joint research on the application, verification and development of guidance for maritime cyber security systems.
The Korean Register explains the goal of type approval of maritime cyber security, further specifies which are the security requirements needed and their levels, while also highlights the importance of cryptography in safely storing crucial data.
The Korean Register is focusing on cyber security issues that affect the shipping industry, discussing the matter of insufficient logging and monitoring, which may affect the operation of the vessel’s systems, and proposing the development of an automated process that will alert the user of a suspicious action.
The Korean Register of Shipping provides an insight for companies to acknowledge the level of security they implement. Specifically, vulnerability assessment and penetration testing simulates a hacking attack to actively assess the level of security within an organization.
The Korean Register of Shipping presents four cyber terms and provides an explanation, aiming to provide an insight to Internet users and companies to better understand the dangers of the cyber-world and be protected.
The Korean Register of Shipping explains cyber threats and OWASP, analyzing a specific Open Web application and its vulnerability on cyber attacks. The Korean Register of Shipping focuses on the analysis of the ‘A5 : 2017 – Broken Access Control.’
The Korean Register of Shipping launched its guidelines for achieving a network security; The guidelines consists of the explanation of network security, the ways to secure a network and also guidance on cyber security system requirement.
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