Riviera – Events – Maritime Cyber ​​Risk Management Forum

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Program

Maritime cybersecurity in the brave new world

TUESDAY, June 28, 2022








Weather Session Presenters
08:00

Registration, coffee and networking

09:00 Riviera Maritime Media welcome speech Edwin Lampert, Editor and Business Relations Manager, Riviera Maritime Media
09:05 Welcome from Norton Rose Fulbright

Philip Roche, Partner, Norton Rose Fulbright LLP

09:10

Keynote: The Prospects for Maritime Cybersecurity in the Brave New World

  • Maritime Cyber ​​Risks: Clear and Current Threats to the Global Supply Chain
  • The cyber risks that keep the maritime industry awake at night
  • Strengthening the maritime cyberecosystem
  • Progress towards a competitive maritime cybersecurity sector and closer links between government, academia and industry
  • Detect, Disrupt and Deter Lone Wolf to State Actor

SESSION 1: MARITIME CYBERSECURITY IN THE BRIGHT NEW WORLD

Our opening session outlines the rules and regulations that currently underpin marine cyber risk management and how they are likely to evolve based on expected risks and benefits.










Weather Session / Communication Presenters
09:25

Maritime cyber risk management: the legal perspective (part 1)

  • Regulatory and legal obligations in force regarding reporting following a cybersecurity incident
  • How well does the caveat emptor hold when buying systems
  • Is it legal to pay a ransom?
  • The link between sanctions and maritime cyber risk
  • Prepare for US-Style Cyber ​​Incident Reporting Requirements

09:35

Maritime cyber risk management: the legal perspective (part 2)

  • Manage cybersecurity risk when purchasing a vessel, acquiring or merging a business and/or migrating systems
  • Legal remedies available when employees go rogue, are malicious or negligent
  • Hybrid work, data privacy and cyber risk
  • Remote surveys and maritime cyber risk

09:45

Maritime Cyber ​​Risk Management: Prepare for the Next Evolution of Industry Rule Sets

  • Develop new standards for maritime cyber risk management
  • A critical assessment of the ISPS Code and possibilities for revision
  • Key takeaways from the latest meeting of the IMO Maritime Safety Committee
  • Move from vague and discretionary rules to clear and mandatory regulations
  • Is information sharing on the increase or do old habits die hard?

10:05

Maritime cyber risk management: the revival of maritime cyber insurance

  • How marine cyber insurance is adapting to the new world order
  • Why the convergence between IT and OT systems calls for a new class of insurance
  • Does cybersecurity insurance incentivize ransom payments or investment in security?
  • Will insurers require IT managers on board?
  • Do insurers have access to the data needed to accurately assess maritime cyber risk?
  • Do new products cover system upgrades and lost revenue?
  • Are you covered if Western sanctions against Russia lead to cyberattacks in the West?

10:25

Questions and answers

10:50

Networking coffee break in the exhibition space

SESSION 2: CYBER RISK AT PORTS AND TERMINALS: REINFORCING A SOFT TARGET

Cyber ​​risk at international ports and terminals is well documented – and the industry has the scars to prove it. Converting this common understanding into a solid defense has so far proven elusive. This session details what is needed to strengthen cyber defenses at ports and terminals from a regulatory, business, technical and operational perspective.











Weather Session / Communication Presenters
11:30 a.m.

To what extent ports and terminals are the soft underbelly of shipping

  • What recent reported and unreported breaches tell us
  • Special focus: February cyberattack on the oil terminals of Belgian and German ports
  • Special Focus: The October 2021 hacking attempt of over 250 Office 365 accounts linked to Middle East Gulf ports of entry and shipping companies operating in the Middle East
  • How to consolidate the soft belly of the maritimes

11:50 a.m.

Accelerated Port Scanning: The Growing Cyber ​​Threat and What Can Be Done

  • How Covid has digitized supply chains, transformed operations and opened up new maritime cyber risks
  • Safeguard the integrity and availability of critical data
  • Business continuity in the event of an attack
  • Cybersecurity in the age of smart ports
  • How hackers view facial recognition, drones and smart port fencing

12:10

Port and terminal threat detection and incident response

  • Intrusion detection systems and intrusion protection systems
  • Security information and event monitoring systems
  • Vulnerability analysis. Threat hunting. Continuous monitoring
  • Preservation of business, IT and OT operations, financial management and freight
  • Understand internal and third-party risks

12:30

Questions and answers

13:00

Networking lunch in the exhibition space

14:00

SPECIAL PRESENTATION:
How the world’s leading insurance companies would react to a major maritime cyberattack

14:20

Questions and answers

SESSION 3: THE CONNECTED SHIP. A CYBER DISCONNECTION?

The majority of maritime cyber incidents have occurred on land. As ships become automated, 5G accelerates, and operators leverage data-, AI-, and wireless-based solutions, new cyber vulnerabilities are emerging. This session discusses these risks and what it takes to have a robust, cyber-secure and connected ship.









Weather Session / Communication Presenters
2:30 p.m.

Paper 1

14:50

Paper 2

15:10

Questions and answers

15:30

INTERACTIVE SCENARIO

Delegates participate in a deployment scenario where they are tested to respond to a cyber scenario on a connected vessel specially created for this year’s Maritime Cyber ​​Risk Management Forum. A great way to test and compare your knowledge of cybersecurity best practices, policies, and compliance.

4:00 p.m.

Networking coffee break in the exhibition space

SESSION 4: TOOLS, TECHNOLOGIES AND TACTICS TO FIGHT THE GROWING CYBER THREAT

This session will critically assess the growing pool of tools, technologies and tactics available to repel and protect against maritime cyberattacks.

The discussions will help delegates in their maritime cybersecurity strategies.

When it comes to tools and technology, our speakers will review the expanded offering available, including upgrade and patch options for owners and operators who have invested in long-life systems so that they remain relevant until the next supply cycle.

Speakers will also discuss new protocols for industrial automation and control systems and maritime navigation and radio communication standards will also be considered, alongside the emergence of new certifications and programs designed to streamline preparation and cybersecurity compliance.









Weather Session / Communication Presenters
4:30 p.m.

Paper 1

16:50

Paper 2

17:10

Paper 3

5:30 p.m.

Questions and answers

17:50

Closing remarks followed by an aperitif

Philip Roche, Partner, Norton Rose Fulbright LLP

Edwin Lampert, Editor and Business Relations Manager, Riviera Maritime Media


*Program subject to modifications/changes

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