Posts Tagged ‘maritime cyber’

HudsonTrident and IMSA Announce Strategic Teaming Agreement

//Camden, New Jersey ( 15 October, 2018; 0900 EDT) Today IMSA (https://imsa.global/) of Fort Lauderdale, FL and Chattanooga, TN, and HudsonAnalytix, Inc., of Camden NJ, through its maritime security and cyber risk management affiliates, HudsonTrident and HudsonCyber, respectively (“Hudson”), are pleased to announce they have entered into a Strategic Teaming Agreement (http://www.hudsonanalytix.com/Home/HudsonTrident/tabid/77/Default.aspx) to offer comprehensive…

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Secure at Sea: Cybersecurity Laws Lacking when it comes to Yachts

Secure at Sea: Cybersecurity Laws Lacking when it comes to Yachts By Corey D. Ranslem **This article originally appear in The Triton Nautical newspaper in August of 2018 (Secure at Sea: Cybersecurity laws lacking when it comes to yachts). It is hard to realistically determine the number of cyberattacks that take place within a given…

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Secure at Sea: VSAT Attacks, Crypto-Jacking Expand Hackers’ Arsenal

Secure at Sea: VSAT attacks, Crypto-Jacking Expand Hackers’ Arsenal By Corey D. Ranslem **This article originally appeared in The Triton Nautical Newspaper in July of 2018 (https://www.the-triton.com/2018/07/secure-at-sea-vsat-attacks-crypto-jacking-expand-hackers-arsenal/).  “The British are coming! The British are coming!” was the famous cry of Paul Revere on his midnight ride to alert the American colonial militia of the approaching…

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Secure at Sea: The growing pains of cyber-security

Secure at Sea: The Growing Pains of Cyber-Security By Corey D. Ranslem June 20,2018 **This Column originally appeared in The Triton Nautical Newspaper (https://www.the-triton.com/2018/06/secure-at-sea-the-growing-pains-of-cyber-security/)** When I heard about it, I was amazed but not surprised. The high-roller database at a major casino recently had been completely compromised. The attack vector: the IoT (Internet of Things)…

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