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Maritime Cybersecurity

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Maritime Cybersecurity. Protecting Ships Like The Ever Given. Ken Munro, Security Writer & Speaker

Cybercrime Magazine Podcast

Ken Munro is a penetration tester, security writer, speaker, and partner at Pen Test Partners. In this episode of Cybercrime Radio, he joins host Hillarie McClure to discuss shipping vessel cybersecurity, IoT vulnerabilities, and more. To learn more about Pen Test Partners, you can visit them at https://pentestpartners.com • For more on cybersecurity, visit us at https://cybersecurityventures.com/

20mins

30 Mar 2021

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Episode 118-National Maritime Cybersecurity Plan

The Natural Curiosity Project

The Federal Government recently released its National Maritime Cybersecurity Plan, a step in the right direction for securing a crucial but vulnerable element of the global supply chain. In this episode, Cyber expert Gary Kessler talks about what the plan means and how we make the most of its proposed actions.

13mins

18 Feb 2021

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The state of maritime cybersecurity. An interview with Geir Inge Jensen.

The Dualog Podcast

Geir Inge Jensen is Dualog Operations Manager and Cybersecurity Expert. In this episode, he discusses the ever-evolving landscape of cyber-threats and shares his advice on some key aspects of what shipping companies should be doing. During the episode, he touches upon a wide range of topics from the IMO Circulation and the IMO 2021 deadline to how hackers try to bypass cybersecurity measures. He also speaks about how to make sense of industry guidelines and class society requirements, the security challenges with IoT, and much more. 

19mins

3 Sep 2020

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Maritime Cybersecurity

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Podcast: Unsolicited Response Podcast (LS 30 · TOP 10% what is this?)Episode: Maritime CybersecurityPub date: 2019-04-02 In a recent article a researcher proclaimed it's "not hard for a hacker to capsize a ship at sea". This was quickly followed by the Viking Sky cruise ship having its engines shut off due to a sensor reading. Not knowing much about maritime control systems I brought two experts from Moran Cyber on the podcast to discuss the issue: Captain Alex Soukhanov (a Master Mariner and Director at Moran Cyber) and Greg Villano (Senior Maritime Cybersecurity Engineeer at Moran Cyber). Both Alex and Greg have spent their careers on ships and now are working to secure the control systems that are becoming more essential every year. Not knowing much about this sector, you hear the line of questioning that is used to begin to understand risk. It actually focuses more on impact and recovery than a list of specific security controls. It appears the maritime industry will face increasing challenges as they move away from ships that can continue to operate with manual operations. The podcast and artwork embedded on this page are from Dale Peterson: ICS Security Catalyst and S4 Conference Chair, which is the property of its owner and not affiliated with or endorsed by Listen Notes, Inc.

52mins

3 Apr 2019

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Maritime Cybersecurity

Unsolicited Response Podcast

In a recent article a researcher proclaimed it's "not hard for a hacker to capsize a ship at sea". This was quickly followed by the Viking Sky cruise ship having its engines shut off due to a sensor reading. Not knowing much about maritime control systems I brought two experts from Moran Cyber on the podcast to discuss the issue: Captain Alex Soukhanov (a Master Mariner and Director at Moran Cyber) and Greg Villano (Senior Maritime Cybersecurity Engineeer at Moran Cyber). Both Alex and Greg have spent their careers on ships and now are working to secure the control systems that are becoming more essential every year. Not knowing much about this sector, you hear the line of questioning that is used to begin to understand risk. It actually focuses more on impact and recovery than a list of specific security controls. It appears the maritime industry will face increasing challenges as they move away from ships that can continue to operate with manual operations.

52mins

2 Apr 2019

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Maritime cybersecurity concerns. ExpressLane dump stirs up international trouble. IoT botnet threat addressed. Defray ransomware. Cyberattack in Scotland. Tehran's info-ops rapper.

CyberWire Daily

In today's podcast, we hear that the USS McCain collision appears to unrelated to any cyberattack, but observers warn of ICS security issues as maritime cyber concerns rise. WikiLeaks' ExpressLane Vault7 dump raises concerns in India. Telnet credentials for Internet-of-things devices exposed; security experts work to close this DDoS risk. "Defray" ransomware being distributed with unusually precise and plausible spearphishing. A ransomware attack disrupts some healthcare services in Scotland. Acquisition news in the cyber sector. Ben Yelin from UMD CHHS on web sites logging form submissions even before you hit the “submit” button. And Iranian information operations seem to be piping the devil's tune (more or less literally, from Tehran's official point-of-view). Thanks for listening to the CyberWire. One of the ways you can support what we do is by visiting our sponsors. Check out & subscribe to Recorded Future’s free intel daily. We read it every day. If you’d like to learn more about how small nuances in how artificial intelligence and machine learning are used can make a big difference, check out E8’s white paper. JHUISI & partner COMPASS Cyber present Cyber Security Conference for Executives on September 19th in Baltimore. Register for the event.

16mins

28 Aug 2017

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An Introduction to Maritime Cybersecurity

Security Intelligence Podcast

Following the attack on the Maersk Alabama in 2009, former Marine Officer Jonathan McConnell founded Meridian.US, which provides security services and consulting for merchant shipping vessels. In a recent conversation with IBM's Diana Kelley, McConnell outlined some of the main security concerns in the maritime environment, emphasizing how these both reflect and differ from the security concerns faced by other industries.To learn more, listen to our complete series on maritime security [bit.ly/2r3oVoh] and download the IBM X-Force research Report on IT Security Risks to Transportation: https://ibm.co/2oGpmU1.

16mins

25 Apr 2017