Power and renewables

Seminar: Cyber security for the maritime and offshore industry

Small cargo harbor in Norway

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Threats to industrial cyber security are becoming more common, complex, and creative. Maritime assets are now at higher risk of new forms of cyber-attacks, as their control systems become increasingly connected. Rapid digital transformation in the maritime and offshore industry comes with new cyber security threats and regulatory requirements. Cyber security is on the top of the agenda, challenges are here to stay and need to be addressed. DNV combines specialist knowledge of the maritime industry with deep engineering expertise and security best practice to keep your projects and operations confidently cyber secure.

In this free to attend session, we invite stakeholders of the maritime and offshore industry to talk about recent updates on cyber security threats and a discussion on desired solutions for developing and integrating systems that are cyber-resilient to build a powerful force of defence. Complimentary lunch will be served after the seminar.

The event is useful for:
Yards, marine automation system vendors, ship owners.

Please register for the event. There is a limited number of seats so first in first-served applies.

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Mate J Csorba
Mate J Csorba

Global Service Line Leader, Security Architecture & Verification

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Where:

Ålesund, Norway

Norwegian Maritime Competence Center (Norsk Maritimt Kompetansesenter)

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Delegates Fee:

Free of charge

Threats to industrial cyber security are becoming more common, complex, and creative. Maritime assets are now at higher risk of new forms of cyber-attacks, as their control systems become increasingly connected. Rapid digital transformation in the maritime and offshore industry comes with new cyber security threats and regulatory requirements. Cyber security is on the top of the agenda, challenges are here to stay and need to be addressed. DNV combines specialist knowledge of the maritime industry with deep engineering expertise and security best practice to keep your projects and operations confidently cyber secure.

In this free to attend session, we invite stakeholders of the maritime and offshore industry to talk about recent updates on cyber security threats and a discussion on desired solutions for developing and integrating systems that are cyber-resilient to build a powerful force of defence. Complimentary lunch will be served after the seminar.

The event is useful for:
Yards, marine automation system vendors, ship owners.

Please register for the event. There is a limited number of seats so first in first-served applies.

Agenda

Seminar in Ålesund

Time 

Thursday, 31 March 2022

10:00 - 12:00  

General cyber security awareness update

  1. Increase in ransomware threats
  2. How a major cyber-incident plays out
  3. Brief introduction to IEC 62443

Improving cyber-resilience in OT systems

  1. System integrators
    1. Meeting Owner’s requirements, newbuilding and re-fits
  2. System vendors
    1. Gap assessment against Security Level Targets
    2. Product evaluation, testing, and improvement plan
    3. Secure Development Lifecycle
  3. System designers
    1. Secure design and architecture
  4. Cyber awareness training

Coffee break

Corporate IT security

  1. Information Security Management System overview
  2. IT security as part of corporate risk management
  3. Robustness against IT threats
  4. Incident response planning

Reference case

  1. Newbuilding cyber security at Meyer Werft, and Chantiers de l'Atlantique

Discussion

Meet the speakers

Mate J. Csorba PhD (CEH, GXPN)

Lead Cyber Security Specialist
Security Architecture & Verification at DNV

Mate Csorba combines research experience with his engineering background, to deliver systematic verification, and improve cyber-resilience in industrial cyber security projects. He is leading cross-disciplinary and international teams, working with asset owners, vendors, and system integrators to improve cyber-resilience in critical infrastructure. His work includes vulnerability and cyber-risk assessments, as well as verification by penetration testing and purple teaming exercises, for maritime, oil & gas, energy, and utility companies – offshore and on-shore. He is also co-author of several DNV standards and recommended practices, as well as a variety of publications and conference articles on cyber security and other topics.

Mate J. Csorba
Rune Moen

Cyber Security Service Line Manager at DNV
Rune Moen have worked with governance, risk and compliance (GRC), Quality Management and process improvement for more than 25 years, both within organisations and as external consultant, whereof 15 years in DNV. He is now service line manager for enterprise systems in DNV Cyber Security, focusing on how Information Security Management can be efficiently integrated in a company’s overall corporate governance. Prior to re-joining DNV lately he was Director of Risk Management in the TINE Group for many years, responsible for the top-level governance structure, Enterprise Risk Management and Compliance (GRC).

Rune Moen

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