Cyber security Threat in Maritime Industry
Impact of Cyber Breaches
Compliance and Regulations
In addressing the growing cybersecurity threats within the maritime industry, our approach at Hoppe Marine involves a comprehensive analysis and support system. This includes adhering to crucial standards, understanding prevalent threats, and providing practical measures to fortify cybersecurity. Below, we outline our focus areas and strategies in ensuring a robust defense against cyber risks.
Comprehensive Cybersecurity Analysis:
It provides support to the maritime industry in tackling increasing cyber attack risks by focusing on risk management, incident handling, and training, centered around the IACS UR E26/E27 standards and relevant guidelines.
Adherence to Key Standards and Regulations:
It consolidates regulations from various stakeholders, highlighting standards such as IMO's MSC.428(98), the IEC 62443 series, and DNV's ship classification rules.
Understanding and Mitigating Cyber Threats:
It delves into common threats like unprotected systems, hacking, and ransomware, offering practical preventive measures to bolster cybersecurity.
Integration of Cybersecurity Measures:
It emphasizes integrating cybersecurity into organizational goals and stresses regular document updates for up-to-date information.
CBS Cyber Security, Quality, and Resilience Plan:
It covers IACS UR E26, DNV's ship classification requirements, assesses risks in Hoppe Marine's computer-based systems, and aligns with cybersecurity standards set by classification societies and shipping companies.