IMO mandates that every safety management system must include cyber risk management, allow us to help you
CND deliver cyber services globally from our Cyber Security Operations Centres on the Isle of Man and in the UK. We create bespoke servicess for each vessel, starting with a short conversation to understand your needs (email also available if you prefer)
Whether you just want to comply with the cyber regulations and need a Cyber Security Plan, or just a remote cyber security assessment/audit, right through to an all encompassing Cyber Security as a Service, where we take care of all your cyber needs.
Speak to our Maritime Cyber Security Team, comprised of experienced seafarers and cyber security specialists for a stress free journey towards cyber compliance.
Our popular maritime services are listed below, scroll down further for some of the regulations governing cyber within the maritime sector.
Over the last 14 years, CND has been delivering cyber security capability to naval forces, including the European Union Naval Force and the British Royal Navy. We have extended our former 'defence force only' offering to the private sector, and our simple, honest, down to earth and plain speaking approach without all the hype or scaremongering is seen a welcome change.
We also understand that many seafarers may not share our passion for cyber security. Our soultion was to take on experienced non-cyber seafarers as Service Delivery Managers, who ensure our message is understandable and that our cyber experts understand the environment and your priorities.
This combination of seafarers and cyber specialists, coupled with our understanding of IMO MCS-FAL.1/Circ.3, are able to deliver a range of services to help you comply with the IMO mandate.
The IMO cyber security guidelines has adopted the cyber security industry approach, dividing cyber security into the following elements:
Define personnel roles and responsibilities for cyber risk management and identify the systems, assets, data and capabilities that, when disrupted, pose risks to ship operations.
Implement risk control processes and measures, and contingency planning to protect against a cyber-event and ensure continuity of shipping operations.
Develop and implement activities necessary to detect a cyber-event in a timely manner.
Develop and implement activities and plans to provide resilience and to restore systems necessary for shipping operations or services impaired due to a cyber-event.
Identify measures to back-up and restore cyber systems necessary for shipping operations impacted by a cyber-event.
Guidelines on Maritime Cyber Risk Management MSC-FAL.1/Circ.3 - IMO
The Guidelines on Cyber Security Onboard Ships v4 - ICS, IUMI, BIMCO, OCIMF, INTERTANKO, INTERCARGO, InterManager, WSC and SYBAss
Code of Practice – Cyber Security for Ships - IET
Vessel Cyber Risk Management Work Instruction - USCG
Rec 166 - Recommendation on Cyber Resilience - Apr 2022 - IACS
IACS UR E26 Cyber resilience of ships Prevails over IACS Rec 166
IACS adopts new requirements on cyber safety UE E26 & E27 - IACS
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