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The Guidelines on Cyber Security onboard Ships


Year: 2016
Language: english
Author: BIMCO
Genre: Guide
Publisher: BIMCO
Edition: Version 1.1
Format: PDF
Quality: eBook
Pages count: 41
Description: As technology continues to develop, information technology (IT) and operational technology (OT)
onboard ships are increasingly being networked together – and more frequently connected to
the worldwide web.
This brings the greater risk of unauthorised access or malicious attacks to ships’ systems and
networks. Risks may also occur from personnel having access to the systems onboard, for
example by introducing malware via removable media.
Relevant personnel should have training in identifying the typical modus operandi of cyber
attacks.
The safety, environmental and commercial consequences of not being prepared for a cyber
incident may be significant. Responding to the increased cyber threat, a group of international
shipping organisations, with support from a wide range of stakeholders, have developed these
guidelines, which are designed to assist companies develop resilient approaches to cyber security
onboard ships.
Approaches to cyber security will be company- and ship-specific, but should be guided by
appropriate standards and the requirements of relevant national regulations. The Guidelines
provide a risk-based approach to identifying and responding to cyber threats.

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As technology continues to develop, information technology (IT) and operational technology (OT)
onboard ships are increasingly being networked together – and more frequently connected to
the worldwide web.
This brings the greater risk of unauthorised access or malicious attacks to ships’ systems and
networks. Risks may also occur from personnel having access to the systems onboard, for
example by introducing malware via removable media.
Relevant personnel should have training in identifying the typical modus operandi of cyber
attacks.
The safety, environmental and commercial consequences of not being prepared for a cyber
incident may be significant. Responding to the increased cyber threat, a group of international
shipping organisations, with support from a wide range of stakeholders, have developed these
guidelines, which are designed to assist companies develop resilient approaches to cyber security
onboard ships.
Approaches to cyber security will be company- and ship-specific, but should be guided by
appropriate standards and the requirements of relevant national regulations. The Guidelines
provide a risk-based approach to identifying and responding to cyber threats.
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