The participant will:
Basic maritime knowledge, preferably including basic maritime cyber security knowledge.
Who should attend:
Professionals responsible for, or involved in, safeguarding vessels from cyber risks.
Duration: 1 day
Since January 1st 2021 DOCs audits will include cyber risk management on a global level. This course is designed to support all relevant stakeholders to prepare their staff to comply with these demands.
The participants will learn how to effectively implement a “defense-in-depth” approach to cyber risk management. This process starts by making an inventory of critical systems and is followed up by activities including risk assessment and identification of relevant protective and reactive measures. Furthermore, policies and procedures need to be updated and roles, responsibilities, and activities well defined.
When the above preparations have been made the ship manager also needs to implement the new way of working. This course will teach you how this could be supported and how your organization will be able to mature beyond regulatory compliance and improve continually over time.
This course addresses the ISM Code, IMO Resolution MSC.428 (98) as well as MSC-FAL.1-Circ.3 and is aligned with the NIST Cybersecurity Framework tailored to the maritime industry.
- Cyber security regulations and relevant guidelines
- Identify roles and responsibilities for cyber risk management and vulnerable assets to be secured
- Protect assets through cyber risk control processes and measures and contingency planning
- Detect vulnerabilities, threats and events in a timely manner
- Respond and plan to increase resilience against incidents
- Recover and restore assets in order to come back to normal operations
- Continuous improvements and maturity finalization
- Benefit from DNV’s experience with other customer projects
This course was developed to further complement DNV’s Maritime Cyber Security Services: DNV's Maritime Cyber Security Services