INTERNATIONAL MARITIME SECURITY ASSOCIATES (IMSA) LAUNCHES REMOTE CYBER VULNERABILITY SCANNING CAPABILITIES FOR SHIPS FOR IMO 2021 COMPLIANCE
Fort Lauderdale, Florida | Vessels worldwide are now facing compliance with IMO 2021 cyber security regulations. These are the first of what could be additional cyber security regulations for regulated vessels and facilities. International Maritime Security Associates (IMSA), the developers of the award-winning ARMS software platform, have developed a suite of cyber security tools and services for the maritime industry. The company has recently launched the capability to conduct basic shipboard network vulnerability assessments without sending personnel onboard.
“This capability is necessary in today’s current COVID environment.” Comments Corey Ranslem, CEO of IMSA. “We know it isn’t always easy, practical or cost effective to send people onboard a vessel to conduct a cyber security assessment, so we’ve developed this amazing remote assessment tool. Through this tool, our cyber specialists can conduct a remote assessment at about half the cost of sending personnel onboard. This tool helps our global clients with IMO 2021 cyber security compliance.”
This unique tool is part of a larger suite of cyber security tools IMSA has developed to help vessels and maritime facilities improve their cyber security defenses. Some of these cyber security tools are part of the ARMS software platform. Through ARMS, IMSA can monitor a vessel’s critical systems and networks remotely in real-time through their state-of-the-art SOC (Security Operations Center). This capability protects vessels from real-time threats to IT, OT, and other critical network systems.
“IMSA is continually enhancing the level of protection we provide our clients.” Says Ranslem. “Through ARMS and our 24/7 operations center we provide a variety of client focused services to help ensure the safety of your voyage and critical systems.”
For more information about IMSA, our cyber security capabilities or to see the award-winning ARMS platform, contact IMSA at +1 234 312 4855 or at [email protected]