Real and present maritime cyber security challenges for ship operators, insurers and lawyers

On March 9, our panelists embarked online on a Shanghai to London container ship voyage to explore the cyber security processes, threats, decisions and consequences faced by crews, HQ personnel and vessels on this “typical” global supply chain route.

There is no doubt that the maritime sector faces increasing cyber risk. But what are the realistic cyber security threats confronting ship operators? And what are the implications for their insurance, their insurers, and lawyers on all sides?

Experts from Baker Tilly, the University of Plymouth’s Cyber-SHIP Lab, maritime specialist, HFW, and integrated insurance services and risk management advisors, Astaara, explored realistic cyber vulnerabilities, attack consequences and how insurers and policies may or may not respond.

Miss the webinar or want to learn more? Watch our on-demand recording below.

For more information on this topic, or to learn how Baker Tilly’s specialists can help, contact our team.

Ben Hobby
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