2nd Cyber Security for Maritime Summit 2018
12 November 2013 - 14 November 2013
Manila, Phillippines

Our Speakers

  • Steven SimSteven Sim
    Assistant Vice President - Group IT,
    PSA International
  • Jorge VasquezJorge Vasquez
    IT Head,
    Ensenada International Terminal
  • Arjan KampmanArjan Kampman
    Head of Digital & IT,
    Port of Amsterdam
  • Mohamed SalahMohamed Salah
    Data Centre Operation Team Lead,
    DP World
  • John Patrick LitaJohn Patrick Lita
    Information Security Consultant, Philippine Army; Director Red Team Operations
    Cyber Security Philippines CERT®
  • Keyur DesaiKeyur Desai
    CIO - Essar Ports & Shipping | Head Info-Security, Network & Communications,
    Essar Group
  • Darwin TorrijosDarwin Torrijos
    Svitzer Application & Vessel IT Manager,
    Maersk Global Service Centres
  • Pravesh SinghPravesh Singh
    Senior Vessel IT System Specialist,
    Scorpio Group
  • Alisdair RendellAlisdair Rendell
    Cyber Security Expert,
    Shipping Company Hong Kong
  • Santhosh R RSanthosh R R
    Cyber Security Advisor,
    Shell
  • Furqan KhanFurqan Khan
    Sr. Software Engineer,
    Karachi International Container Terminal
  • Mc Allen Reonel CacachoMc Allen Reonel Cacacho
    Cyber Security Expert & Founder,
    HackTheNorth.ph
  • Moses MurungiMoses Murungi
    Security Systems Supervisor,
    Kenya Ports Authority
  • Asterios MinopoulosAsterios Minopoulos
    IT System Support,
    Mediterranean Shipping Company
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The Leading Cyber Security Summit for Shipping, Ports, Maritime and Offshore Oil and Gas Industries Globally!

Across the global maritime community, ports, vessels, ships and facilities are increasingly connected to cyber systems. So, what are the real, documented, current threats to the maritime industry from cyber-crimes? Many have confirmed that the cyber threats to vessels/cargo on the water from hackers. Every ship faces the risks of a hostile attack on ship’s systems which allows the vessel to be remotely controlled by pirates and hijack it to a port of their choice or causing a navigation error. Besides, the real threats could come from port systems/network/user PCs due to a lack of staff IT security training and a culture which staff using their own devices at work (Bring Your Own Device, or BYOD) and plugging them into PCs, port server/network/systems, ship systems, thereby possibly releasing a malware/phishing they may have been inadvertently carrying onto the port/vessel/ship.

Ever-increasing cyber threats for maritime industry have been proven to disrupt maritime business continuity. Failure to anticipate and prepare for a cyber incident may have significant consequences. Implement risk control processes and defenses, safe back-up & restore procedure as well as to detect and response to cyber incident become the key concern for every Managers/Heads/Chiefs of Information Security/Information Technology.

Following the previously successful event series, the 2nd Cyber Security for Maritime Summit 2018 taking place between 12 – 15 November in Singapore returns bigger and will make Asia’s premier networking as well as learning platform for Port Operators, Port Authorities, Maritime Authorities, Marine Terminal Companies, Shipping Companies, Oil & Gas Companies with Offshore Facilities/Terminals to discuss and share insightful experiences on existing and the next-generation of cyber threats to maritime, ports and shipping businesses.

Key Highlights: Proven Strategies to Support Effective Cyber Threat Detection & Responses for Maritime Industry

  • Automated Port/Ship Infrastructure Systems & Maritime IOT Management: IDENTIFY the infrastructure security management of your port/ship systems, assets, data, network and capabilities against cyber threats.
     
  • Cyber Risk Control Implementation & Measurement: PROTECT your IT systems/Servers/Navigation System with Firewall/iCloud Security System/Network Security Tools to actively block attacks.
     
  • Self-Assessment Testing: PROVIDE a risk-based approach and Penetration tests simulating attacks on maritime IT systems.
     
  • Remote Access Control, Keyloggers and Password Stealers: IMPLEMENT effective early detection processes and defenses to detect a cyber incident in a timely manner.
     
  • Malware & Phishing Attacks: RESPOND & DEVELOP plans to provide resilience and to restore the systems which have been halted due to a cyber incident.
     
  • Business Continuity Management: BACK-UP & RECOVER the cyber systems necessary for maritime operations to ensure smooth operations of your ports/terminals/ships.

Who you will meet?



Leading Port Operators, Port Authorities, Maritime Authorities, Marine Terminal Companies, Shipping Companies, Oil & Gas Companies with Offshore Facilities/Terminals:

Heads/Senior Managers/Managers/Engineers/Project Managers of

  • Information Security / Information Technology
  • Information Systems
  • Infrastructure Security
  • Security
  • Operations
  • Emergency Management/Services
  • Harbour Masters

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  • Worldoils
  • TheBigRedGuide.com
  • SourceSecurity
  • Petrofinder
  • Inside Marine
  • My Security Media
  • Asia Pacific Security Magazine
  • ChiefIT.me Magazine
  • ASEAN Technology & Security
  • Australian Security Magazine
  • Australian Cyber Security Magazine
  • OIL & GAS TODAY
  • Total Energy Informatics (TEI)
  • Maritime Industry Network
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