Tag: port cyber security

  • Could Oil Ship Wakashio Been Hacked Before Mauritius Spill?

    Nishan Degnarain Cyber-attacks against global shipping have spiked 400% since Covid-19 lockdowns. And this was before the two high profile hacking victims in the last month alone – the world’s fourth […]

  • Six Russian GRU Agents Indicted in Connection With NotPetya Attack

    The U.S. Department of Justice has charged six members of the Russian Main Intelligence Directorate (GRU) in connection with the June 2017 “NotPetya” cyberattack. The notorious malware release led to prolonged […]

  • IMO hit by cyberattack

    International Maritime Organisation (IMO) said its website and intranet had been disabled by a “sophisticated cyber-attack”, and its IT specialists had shut down key systems to prevent further damage. The […]

  • Ports and the cyber threat

    Ports wake up to cyber threat. Cyber risks creep up on the unwary John Bensalhia finds out why bulk terminals are just as vulnerable to attack as container hubs Ports […]

  • IMO, GMA port security workshop

    Continuing efforts to improve security. Workshop on ‘encouraging effective self-auditing of security of ports’ launched in Accra The Ghana Maritime Authority in collaboration with the International Maritime Organization has launched […]

  • US maritime not cyber ready

    Jones Walker LLP Releases Inaugural Maritime Cybersecurity Survey U.S. Maritime Industry Not Prepared for Future Cyber Attacks Jones Walker LLP today publicly released the findings of its inaugural Maritime Cybersecurity Survey. […]

  • Ports host hackaton

    Ports and terminals taking infosec seriously. Ports of LA and Antwerp Hold Joint “Hackathon” This October, the Port of Los Angeles and the Port of Antwerp will simultaneously host an […]