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Wednesday, 09 June 2021 11:31

Marlink adds new services to ITLink

Marlink has expanded its IT management solution, ITLink portfolio, with the addition of two new service options.

IEC Telecom and GTMaritime have partnered to deliver two vital services over one company antenna, with minimal bandwidth requirements. The connectivity package, MarineStar E-Lite, provides voice and data services that are optimised for smaller vessels.

ClassNK Consulting Service (NKCS) has added a new course named "Maritime Cyber Security Technical Course (Attack Method) for Responsible Officers in Land" for its e-learning cybersecurity training service.

Seably has launched a dedicated and comprehensive cybersecurity awareness training course for the maritime sector in collaboration with marine insurance providers Alandia and maritime cybersecurity specialists Deductive Labs.

Athens-based Primebulk Shipmanagement has begun implementing Navarino’s new IT management platform, Quazar. The system will be installed across Primebulk’s entire fleet of nine vessels.

The University of Plymouth has been recognised for its work in developing software to protect the maritime industry against cybercrime. 

ABSG Consulting has partnered with Obrela Security Industries, an established provider of security analytics and cyber risk management, to strengthen its managed services for operational technology (OT).

Subex and SkyLab have announced a partnership to offer IoT and OT cybersecurity solutions and services to the maritime sector.

Hurtigruten has revealed that a cyber-attack back in December 2020 may have affected passengers’ personal information, such as names, dates of birth, passport numbers and passport expiration dates. Customers' email addresses, mailing addresses, and/or phone numbers might also have been affected by this incident, the cruise line has announced.

Wednesday, 10 February 2021 12:12

Norway warns industry against digital attacks

Following a number of virus attacks on Norwegian companies, including maritime companies, the Norwegian Maritime Authority (NMA) is warning the maritime industry against the various digital threats, and providing a reminder of the importance of being well prepared when an attack comes.

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