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The manufacturing sector is facing a new era of cyber threats. Hackers aren’t only trying to steal data, they’re trying to disrupt operations.

DNV combines specialist knowledge of your industry with deep engineering expertise and information system best practice to handle the safety considerations and risks this new technology brings with it, as well as to ensure that we keep vessel operation and crew & passengers safe. As your IT and industrial control systems become increasingly connected, make sure your people, technologies and processes are equipped to defend against downtime-inducing attacks with clear and practical advice from DNV.

We combine deep engineering expertise and cutting-edge security knowledge to keep your operations confidently cyber secure.

Know your risks: Discover where you are exposed to threats before hackers get there first. DNV assesses your critical infrastructure from every angle, identifying the vulnerabilities and non-conformities you must address to stay confidently cyber secure.

Build a powerful force of defence: Put the right people, processes, and technologies in place to protect effectively against threats. We offer practical, unbiased advice on solutions to defend your business and, if an attack occurs, we help you to recover efficiently.

Win stakeholder support: Build the trust and support you need to meet your cyber security goals. DNV provides cyber security solutions for the real world, helping everyone in your organization to play a role in fighting cyber terrorists.

Contact us:

Christian Nerland

Christian Nerland

Business Development Manager

Request for proposal

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Cyber Security - DNV

Our customers include

Aquaculture Industrial production Metal and mining
Aquaculture Industrial production Metal and mining


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