The IMO has called for companies to address cyber risk in their systems by January 1st, 2021
The maritime community is undergoing a significant digital transformation. It is becoming increasingly connected through technology and vessel operators are more dependent on digital solutions for optimisation of operations.
But any system that is digitally enabled is vulnerable to cyberattacks. Cybersecurity is key to ensuring safe operation of vessels and safeguarding people, cargo and the environment.
The IMO agreed that the following process should be applied in cyber risk management:
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