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Delivering an effective framework for cybersecurity

A systematic approach is key to creating a ship security programme and ensuring the crew are involved in its delivery

Cybersecurity is relevant to all fields that use digitally connected automation systems. Maritime asset operators understand the potential impacts of cyber incidents but may be unclear about how to proceed in such a seemingly complicated area. The best place to begin is with clear requirements—considering which systems or apparatus the ship has installed that may be considered cyber-relevant and in need of protection. A typical, relatively modern ship may have 20-40 automated systems onboard. Maritime asset operators understand the potential impacts of cyber incidents but may be unclear about how to proceed A significant number of onboard systems are capable of digital communi

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