There has been a massive 400% increase in attempted hacks since February 2020 coinciding with a period when the maritime industry turned to greater use of technology and working from home due to the Coronavirus pandemic
The Coronavirus pandemic is leaving the maritime and offshore energy sectors vulnerable to cyber-attack, with Naval Dome citing a massive 400% increase in attempted hacks since February 2020.
Cybersecurity consultancy Naval Dome has reported a 400 percent increase in attempted hacks since February 2020.
ECDIS is increasingly vulnerable to malware and hackers as more ECDIS units on ships are linked to the ship’s communications for online chart updates
Naval Dome has agreed to defend the Port of Ashdod’s critical Operational Technology (OT) systems from cybersecurity hacks.
Naval Dome will begin the retrofit security installation in 1Q2020, followed by integrating Port-Dome into new systems and equipment in the future
With the maritime industry implementing measures to increase ship and system security, DNV GL and Naval Dome are taking a closer look at how vendors can achieve type approval
A new product allows owners of oil and gas tankers and terminals to swiftly secure their critical systems from cyber threats without requiring type approvals
Naval Dome has introduced a new software-based cyber protection that can be easily installed on all ship, port, or offshore OT systems, including navigational equipment, machinery control systems and cargo handling equipment.
Israel-based cyber security specialist Naval Dome has introduced a new software-based cyber protection that can be easily installed on all ship, port, or offshore OT systems, including navigational equipment, machinery control systems and cargo handling equipment.
Global ship manager Anglo-Eastern has inked a memorandum of understanding on cyber security with Naval Dome.
The global ship manager Anglo-Eastern has signed a memorandum of understanding on cyber security with Naval Dome.
OSV owners need to protect DP systems from failures and the spoofing of GPS signals, while preparing crew to identify cyber threats
Ship equipment manufacturers must do more to secure critical vessel systems from cyber threats and GPS spoofing
With Artificial Intelligence functionality, future solutions include autonomous safety mechanisms which recognize that they are the sole line of defense.
Naval Dome CEO Itai Sela, a former senior officer in the military, comments on the recent attacks on tankers operating near the bunkering port of Fujairah.
The maritime sector is being targeted by highly motivated cyber criminals, and the shipping industry should be on the highest alert for a cyber-attack, warned Naval Dome CEO Itai Sela.
Totem Plus has signed a license agreement with Naval Dome for use of its award-winning maritime cyber security software across a range of its advanced automation and navigation solutions.
DNV GL awards Naval Dome’s Secure Endpoint maritime cyber protection system its highest level of security certification
Classification society DNV GL has completed type approval of the ND Secure Endpoint maritime cyber protection system and presented Israel headquartered Naval Dome with a certificate of compliance to its DNV GL CP-0231 class programme.
We’re talking to Itai Sela, the man behind setting up Naval Dome, about the maritime industry’s awareness of the threat, what’s in the perpetrators’ malicious toolbox, and what his company has in store to blunt the potential intrusion.
Maritime security specialist Naval Dome has come up with an innovative approach to managing the cyber security status of all protected systems onboard ships, allowing shipboard and shoreside staff to monitor and evaluate fleet-wide system data, even when they are offline. Until now, only crew members have been able to access a ship’s offline data sets.