Maritime Cyber Security Training with Aboa Mare, Turku

Posted 09.01.2020 in Company, Maritime Cyber Security by Johan Sjölund

Maritime Academy and Training Center Aboa Mare in Turku, Finland and maritime cyber security specialist Deductive Labs Ltd have agreed to cooperate on the Maritime Cyber Security Training. The course objective is to learn IMO’s regulations and guidelines on cyber risk management in order to protect ships from cyber-incidents. Except for the more theoretical content, an interesing part of this course will include excercises in the simulator rooms.

The first Maritime Cyber Security course is held 10 of February.
Additional course information – Aboa Mare Training Center

Written by Johan Sjölund

Johan is a driven economics artist with focus on processes and development. With background from IT business, entrepreneur and public sector, Johan has long experience from business development and project management both locally and internationally.

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