The cyber threat is growing across all sectors, and in this information era of the connected ship, and with the shipping sector’s increasing reliance on technology and remote monitoring, maritime cyber security is no longer optional, but is business-critical.

But how many companies are really ready to tackle the cyber challenge? And how resilient are they? Whilst the risk is real, it can be mitigated, but how quickly and robustly a company can respond to this challenge will depend on how ready and determined they are – and also on whether they are prepared to invest in cyber preparedness. Are we witnessing a new security paradigm, where the focus is on prevention rather than simply relying on reaction? Ship operators need to be confident that their procedures can deal with ever bigger and more sophisticated cyber-attacks and that they are developing a safe, dependable, cyber capability in shipping.

The 5 key sessions during Digital Ship’s Maritime Cyber Resilience Forum will contain plenary presentations and panel discussions:

  1. Facing the Cyber Threat: An Overview of Maritime Cyber Challenges and Focus on Building Resilience
  2. New Developments in Maritime Cyber Regulations and Guidelines
  3. Cyber Risks: Identification, Mitigation and Response
  4. Pan-Industry Platforms and Collaboration to Combat Cyber Challenges – Lessons for Maritime?
  5. End Viewpoint: Are We Cyber Ready? Conclusions and Actions

Digital Ship’s Maritime Cyber Resilience Forum will bring advisors, end-users, technology providers and policy makers together, aiming to

  • Understand, define and assess the threats and risk of maritime cyber-attack
  • Raise awareness of cyber security and risk issues and identify increased cooperation and information sharing mechanisms
  • Discuss appropriate regulation and guidelines for clearer standards throughout the industry, and with authorities

Confirmed speakers include:
Tineke Netelenbos, President, Koninklijke Vereniging van Nederlandse
   Reders/Royal Association of Netherlands Shipowners

Patrick Decool, New Products Director, Product Program & Planning, Marlink
Peter Broadhurst, Senior Vice President of Safety and Security, Inmarsat Maritime
Capt. Herbert Soanes, Chief Commercial Officer Europe & The Americas, Misuga Kaiun
   Holland B.V.

Sanjay Banerjee, Head of Business Process Automation, United Arab Shipping
   Company (S.A.G.)

Sanjay Banerjee, Head of Business Process Automation, United Arab Shipping
   Company (S.A.G.)

Just Schornagel, Manager ICT, Anthony Veder Rederijzaken B.V.
Marcel Van Oirschot, Commercial Director and Board Member, Fox-IT
Max Bobys, ‪Vice President, Global Strategies, HudsonAnalytix/HA-Cyber‬‬
Nick Lambert, Maritime Domain Expert, Satellite Applications Catapult
-  Roel van Rijsewijk, Senior Fellow, Deloitte's Center for the Edge
Peter Cortie, Chairman, Platform Broadband@Sea
Phil Tinsley, Maritime Security Manager, BIMCO
Michael Owen, VP Business Capture & Development – Maritime, Marlink
Andrew Webster, Partner, JLT Specialty
Steve Williams, Partner, Moore Stephens
Toby Chinn, Director, Cyber Consulting, Control Risks
Wolfgang Röehrig, Project Officer Cyber Defence, European Defence Agency
Ingolf Saetrevik, Director Global Sales, Palantir AS
Adrian Venables, Cybersecurity Practitioner, Royal Naval Reservist & PhD Researcher,
   Lancaster University
Michael van der Vaart, Chief Technology Officer, ESET Nederland
Sokratis K. Katsikas, Professor, Center for Cyber & Information Security, Norwegian
   University of Science & Technology

Sjoerd Notting, Maritime Training Officer, Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences
With more speakers to be announced

If you would like more information on this agenda, or any other Digital Ship programme, please contact Cathy Hodge: