Representatives of the maritime industry and ports are invited to join the cybersecurity event presented by the SECMAR project and Klaipėda Science and technology Park. Use this a possibility to deepen your knowledge & secure your processes!
For your convenience, we offer three dates to choose: 21 October, 28 October or 4 November 2021.
Shipping companies are increasingly using systems that rely on digitalisation, integration, and automation. As technology continues to develop, information technology (IT) and operational technology (OT) onboard ships are being networked together – and more frequently connected to the internet. Logistic chains are now only rely on data driven systems and are fully dependent on the secure operations. So far the shipping managed to stay aside from a mass scale of cyber security related breaches, that has become common for land based industries, however few latest cases, such as Maersk case related to NotPetya ransomware/wiper in 2017, or rather recent Mediterranean Shipping Company, in April 2020 their data center operations were down for one day due to an unnamed malware strain. Those cases ring the bell for the whole industry to take actions to tackle the risks and ensure that the sufficient preventive measures are provided and effective.
The cybersecurity in maritime has been on the agenda for rather few years already. The International Maritime Organization (IMO) took initiative and upon substantial efforts finally in 2017 adopted resolution MSC.428(98) on Maritime Cyber Risk Management in Safety Management System (SMS). The Resolution called shipping to address the cyber risk management in the company management systems in a formal way. IMO, as well as other industry recognised organisations developed a number of publications to assist the shipping with best practices, guidelines and recommendations. To cope with the systematics and complexity, the shipping has to focus on the building knowledge and awareness, starting from top management, following to the shipboard operations, that are taken care by crew. We aim to contribute towards building the industry understanding and growing awareness on the matter.
In our workshop, we will address the following:
- understanding of a relevance of the challenge for maritime industry
- cybersecurity terminology for maritime
- overall cybersecurity related regulatory framework, such as formal regulations and standards
- types of typical threats and attackers
- basics of cyber-attack detection
- basics on handling of cyber-attack
- proactive measures, prevention, risk management
About the lecturer
Andrius Uldukis is a maritime professional with extensive technical and management experiences, serving the maritime industry for more than 20 years.
After a few years of activities in shipyards, in 2003 A.Uldukis has joined a Classification Society Det Norske Veritas (now DNV GL, lately DNV) as a marine surveyor. During the years there, he has been a generic ship surveyor, senior surveyor for most of the ship type and equipment, including very complex equipment and systems, offshore structure surveyor, also station manager, leading a team of highly qualified surveyors, technical service manager for client support, also had a role as the Health and Safety representative on company branch.
Since 2020 A.Uldukis has decided to take a next professional turn and started his own business by establishing company InoShip LT UAB that delivers services related to ship life cycle management.
A.Uldukis is also a member of the Lithuanian Maritime Cluster, member of the Royal Institution of Naval Architects (RINA).