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Wednesday, March 14 • 16:10 - 16:40
DEVELOPING A GLOBAL SYSTEM FOR ANONYMOUS CYBER CRIME REPORTING

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THE THREAT IS GROWING, THE MARITIME SECTOR IS NOT PREPARED
The Cyber threat is growing in shipping and ports. It is a major concern for Insurers (clause 380) as they do not know how to evaluate risk. When a Major attack occurs like Maersk with Non Petya Malware it sucks up 75% of the worlds MAritime Cyber capacity to correct and re-establish the systems. Had it affected 2 companies of a similar scale, and due to the interconnectedness of networks and systems in the Maritime transport field,   the whole maritime sector would have been brought down with out enough capacity being there to rebuild.

HOW WE CAN ALL WORK DISRUPT THE CRIMINAL BUSINESS MODEL
One problem to slowing down  the propagation rate of such attacks is getting timely alerts. This depends on cooperation between all players and competitors ( like in the Aircraft industry) to quickly report incidents.
Due to the sensitivity of such things and the international nature of the crime ( and of course the MAritime sector) a national reporting system is useless.

NEED FOR FASTER ALERTS , ANONYMOUS INTERNATIONAL  INCIDENT REPORTING
Lastly to get good data/threat intelligence  requires people reporting incidents so trends can be analyzed, threats levels established Alerts given etc. However people and companies are reluctant to report cyber incidents  out of fear of reprisals and reputation loss etc. So an Anonymous international maritime cyber incident reporting system is critical to get the criminal footprint, calculate risk and be able to set cyber insurance rates appropriately while at the same time being able to Alert people when a new threat appears and which provides tools to reduce risk. It is a collective effort by the industry. This is what CSO Alliance is offering the Maritime Cyber Alliance which is powered by the Airbus Cyber division consisitng of over 650 FTE who protect their supply chain, 130,000 employees and thousands of fly by wire planes.

We want as many vetted people and companies  as possible to join, including competitors.

AN INDUSTRY SUPPORTED VOLUNTARY PRIVATE SYSTEM FOR COLLECTIVE ACTION WITH TOOLS AND INFORMATION
We are already supported by IMO, Marshall Islands Flag, DNV-GL class , DKN war risk, North P&I  and are connected to the French UK and several other Navies and coastguards, Nato,  EU Navfor and many others.
To succeed this This must be an industry wide initiative.

We can only fight back against Cyber criminals collectively,  as no government can match the resources of these criminals who made over 50 Billion Euro with little to no risk  last year.

In short - Security through Community .
 

Speakers
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Mark Sutcliffe

Director, CSO Alliance
After six years in the British Army with the Royal Hussars (PWO), I spent two years working on the docks of Hartlepool and Bristol.I then spent 22 years evenly spread between blue chip companies, Gearbulk, GAC and Wilh Wilhelmsen where I was invited to join the board of Wilhelmsen... Read More →


Wednesday March 14, 2018 16:10 - 16:40 UTC
London Marriott Hotel Regents Park 128 King Henry’s Road London, England NW3 3ST