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With the increasing use of systems with embedded software on ships and mobile offshore platforms, cyber security is becoming critical not only for data protection, but also for reliable operations. Information security agencies are reporting that up to 97% of the attacks are actually consisting of tricking users via social engineering techniques. To address this awareness risk, DNV GL’s Maritime Academy developed an e-learning course for your crews and shore staff to raise awareness concerning cyber security, about threats and countermeasures, addressing your cyber security management system by encouraging the crew’s good cyber hygiene. You will learn to understand the importance of your Cyber Security role as a user of IT & OT (Operational Technology) systems and how to protect yourself a...
This film looks at the subject of cyber security in the maritime industry and gives simple, clear non-technical advice for seafarers and shore-based colleagues on avoiding the most common cyber threats. OWNERS, MANAGERS, TRAINERS ETC WHO WISH TO DOWNLOAD THIS FILM AND DEPLOY IT VIA THEIR INTERNAL SYSTEMS/LMS SHOULD CONTACT US FIRST. SEE HERE: http://www.fidrafilms.com/licencing This film forms part of the #BeCyberAwareAtSea campaign: https://www.becyberawareatsea.com/ This project was made possible by the very generous support of our sponsors and partners and is a freely distributable resource. Sponsored by: NSSLGlobal - http://www.nsslglobal.com with OCIMF - https://www.ocimf.org/ The Standard Club - http://www.standard-club.com Teekay Shipping - http://teekay.com/ and supported by: ...
A global maritime and offshore industry initiative to raise awareness of the increasing maritime cyber threats to international shipping, ports and offshore.
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