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Maritime compliance: IMO Cyber Security Requirements due 1 Jan 2021
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Description: Developments in connectivity and the transfer of data in greater volumes between ship and shore continue to bring significant gains for fleet management efficiency and crew welfare, but they also increase the vulnerability of critical systems onboard vessels to cyber attacks.
By International Maritime Organization (IMO) resolution, no later than a ship's first annual Document of Compliance audit after 1 January 2021, every Safety Management System must be documented as having included cyber risk management, in line with the International Safety Management Code.
The following report offers ship owners and managers guidance covering their responsibilities under the new IMO regime.