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Code of Practice Cyber Security for Ports and Port Systems

Year: 2016
Language: english
Author: Hugh Boyes, Roy Isbell and Alexandra Luck
Genre: Guide
Publisher: Institution of Engineering and Technology, London, United Kingdom
Format: PDF
Quality: eBook
Pages count: 62
Description: Port facilities are becoming increasingly complex and dependent on the extensive use of information and communications technologies at all stages of their lifecycles. Some of this technology is embedded in the fixed and mobile assets used to operate the port; other elements may be remotely located such as the systems used to schedule vessel and cargo movements. This Code of Practice explains why it is essential that cyber security be considered as part of a holistic approach throughout an asset's lifecycle, as well as setting out the potential financial, reputational and safety consequences that may arise if threats are ignored.
It is intended that this Code of Practice be used as an integral part of an organisation's overall risk management system and subsequent business planning, so as to ensure that the cyber security of port systems is managed cost effectively as part of mainstream business.



Code of Practice Cyber Security for Ports and Port Systems.pdf


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