European Maritime Cyber
Risk Management Summit 15 June 2018

European Maritime Cyber <br>Risk Management Summit


08:00 Registration, coffee and networking in the exhibition area

08:50 Welcome address from the conference chairmen
Philip Roche, Partner, Norton Rose Fulbright
Edwin Lampert, Head of Content, Riviera Maritime Media

SESSION ONE: Cyber security risks at sea

09:00 Introduction from session chairman
Edwin Lampert, Head of Content, Riviera Maritime Media

09:10 Where we stand: The current regulatory and risk assessment outlook

  • Current BIMCO and IMO guidelines on cyber security at sea.
  • What will regulations look like – what will lead to detention by PSC?
  • What risk assessments should be done now and in the short to medium term?
  • What is the legal standard in relation to due diligence and seaworthiness?

Philip Roche, Partner, Norton Rose Fulbright

09:30 A wake up call for industry: The NIS Directive and what it means for maritime

  • New legislation to boost industry’s preparedness for cyber attack
  • Maritime as ‘an operator of essential services’ is in the frontline
  • What you need to know. What you need to do.

Niko Kalfigkopoulos, Cyber Security Director, PwC UK 

09:50 Q&A following presentations

10:20 Coffee and networking break in the Terrace Suite (9th floor) 

SESSION TWO: Fraud and cyber crime

10:50 How safe is blockchain?

  • Perception versus reality: debunking block chain myths / have you really been hacked? 
  • Understanding whether your company has been compromised: case study examples
  • What next for blockchain and cyber security

Capt Herbert Soanes, Chief Commercial Officer, Anchoredge, Inc

11:10 Countering cyber-crime in the maritime industry

  • Typical marine and off-shore cyber security vulnerabilities and threats
  • Strategies to protect and mitigate your infrastructure from cyber crime
  • Approaches to respond and recovery from cyber incidents 

Elisa Cassi, Product Manager - Cyber Security Marine and Offshore, Lloyd's Register

11:30 Multiplying cyber risks require multiple cyber defences

  • Increasing in variety, frequency and sophistication.
  • Number of potential risk scenarios is significant and keeps growing.
  • Tailored to specific targets of opportunity.
  • How is NCA fighting this?
  • What can be done to reduce risk?

Steven Hadwin, Associate, Norton Rose Fulbright

11:50 Q&A following presentations

12:20 Networking lunch in the Terrace Suite (9th floor) sponsored by Epsco-Ra

SESSION THREE: Keynote address

13:20 Introduction from session chairman
Philip Roche, Partner, Norton Rose Fulbright

13:25 A global response to the cyber threat

  • From little acorns to a dead-cert
  • Morphing into the NCSC
  • Fighting Fit: A 21 Century approach to the cyber threat

Chris Gibson, Director of M-CERT, Templar Executives 

13:50 Q&A

SESSION FOUR: Cyber security: case studies, operational experience and insights.

Chair: Edwin Lampert, Head of Content, Riviera Maritime Media

Audience members will test their cyber security responses and instincts in a range of actual and potential scenarios.

14:10 The maritime industry’s cyber security blind spot

  • Not confusing your OT and IT
  • Cyber breaches that disable vessels. Cyber breaches that sink them.
  • Protecting the equipment the controls the machines
  • Putting it all in context with reference to case studies

Dave Manning, Development Director, Cyber Prism
Keith Chappell, Technical Director, Cyber Prism

14:30 Brand new approach to maritime cyber security

  • Stevens Institute: ABS collaboration
  • A new model for maritime operational technology
  • An unprecedented and potentially uniform approach to maritime risk

Pantelis Skinitis, Business Development, ABS Advanced Solutions, ABS

14:50 Coffee and networking break in the Terrace Suite (9th floor) 

15:20 Cyber threat management in complex cruise ship newbuilding

  • Next generation cruise ships and the cyber threat
  • Key points and weak points in the supply chain
  • Case studies / scenario management for mitigating the risk

Patrick Rossi, Maritime Cyber Security Service Manager, DNV GL 

15:40 Securing the fleet from cyber attack
Itai Sela, CEO, Naval Dome

16:00 Automating advanced threat detection

  • How new machine learning and mathematics are revolutionising threat detection
  • Why 100% network visibility allows you to preempt emerging situations, in real time, across both IT and OT environments
  • How smart prioritisation on and visualisation of threats allow for better resource allocation and lower risk
  • Real-world examples of detected OT threats from non-malicious insiders to sophisticated cyber-attackers

Andrew Tsonchev, Director of Technology, Darktrace Industrial

16:20 Panel discussion and Q&A

SESSION FIVE: The owner/operator panel

High profile attacks on maersk and BW Group in the last 12 months have vividly underlined the cyber threat and the vulnerability of even the most resourced companies in the sector. Most companies have increased their IT budgets in order to shore up their defences.

16:40 A case study on the need for continued improvement to Cyber Security

  • Issue identified and discussed with one of the largest Ship Management companies
  • Developed solution that had the highest levels of Security, those of which had not been seen in the industry before
  • A Proactive approach to security as opposed to an AntiVirus style, reactive method
  • Developed and distributed across the fleet – Ship Management company very happy
  • Such a success that made mandatory for all vessels using GTMaritime’s Software solutions

Jamie Jones, Head of Service, GTMaritime

17:00 In an open discussion, leading owner/operators share their operational experience and give insights into their strategies

17:30 Closing remarks from the conference chairmen

Edwin Lampert, Head of Content, Riviera Maritime Media
Philip Roche, Partner, Norton Rose Fulbright

17:40 Drinks reception in the Terrace Suite (9th floor) sponsored by International Registries, Inc

19:00 End of summit

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