When it comes to dealing efficiently with the challenges presented by the global market, the maritime industry is increasingly dependent on technological innovation. This is why the maritime industry is rapidly becoming one of the most interesting targets for cyber attacks. From 1.1.2021, the IMO resolution (MSC.428(98)) states that an approved SMS should include cyber risk management in accordance with the objectives and functional requirements of the ISM Code.
In response, Deductive Labs has developed a dedicated and comprehensive cybersecurity awareness training course for the maritime sector which directly aligns with the IMO requirements. The course is a collaboration between Seably, the first maritime digital marketplace for training creating smarter education for the maritime industry, and leading marine insurance provider Alandia.
Course is directed to the whole crew, duration about 1 hr, available on/offline, runs on any device, certificate upon completion. Visit course here: https://www.seably.com/courses/maritime-cybersecurity-awareness-training
More information: Johan Sjölund, CCO Deductive Labs, email@example.com
About SEABLY: Seably is a Swedish marketplace for maritime training that creates smarter education for the industry through a fusion of good content, usability, and technology. Our team helps some of the world’s most innovative shipping companies and subcontractors to train their employees. Seably is owned by the Swedish Shipping Association.
Learn more on www.seably.com/
About ALANDIA: Alandia is an insurance company with focus on Marine, Cargo and Pleasure Boat insurance. With over 80 years of experience Alandia provides superior marine insurance expertise and claims service to its customers by creating long-term relationships in a committed and accountable way. Headquartered in Aland islands and with offices in Helsinki, Stockholm and Gothenburg, Alandia employs approximately 120 professionals.
Learn more on: www.alandia.com