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Cyber Risks in shipping: Industry is ignoring next month’s NIS Directive

The maritime industry is in danger of ignoring the implication of the European Unions Network and Information Systems Directive which will be active on May 10th.

The Directive forces European member states to strengthen the resilience of essential services, which in a directive list can include ports, termainals and shipping lines.

Talking at the Fathom World Smart Transformation  event in Hamburg last week Andrew Wadsworth from PA Consulting said he believes many people in the maritime secor are aware that the directive may have significant implications to their business operations, and failure to comply could result in a costly fine

See Wadsworth’s Smart Transformation speech here to understand more about the Directive. The presentation can be found at www.fathom.world

 

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Craig Eason Stockholm
Craig Eason is the owner and editorial director of Fathom.World. He has a background in the shipping industry having started his career as a cadet on oil tankers and gas carriers before becoming a navigating officer on a range of vessel types. A change in career, with ensuing university studies, and he has now gained 20 years experience in written and broadcast journalism. He now is in demand as a knowledgeable and competent editor and event host and moderator, both for in-house events and ones for the public.