In a world where our way of life is dependent on maritime operations, cyber attacks can cost hundreds of millions, threaten national security and endanger lives. Cyber-SHIP Lab is a springboard to develop resources to equip the maritime sector to achieve cyber resilience on a par with best-prepared technology and financial organisations.The University of Plymouth Maritime Cyber Threat Research Group’s £3.2 million Cyber-SHIP Lab is a world-first centre of excellence for maritime cyber resilience research, development and training, addressing key security challenges facing the international shipping industry.
Combining maritime technology with leading-edge cybersecurity research and practice, Cyber-SHIP Lab researchers work to enhance understanding of maritime systems’ vulnerabilities and to deliver actionable cyber resilience knowledge.
This is an opportunity to see first-hand demonstrations of this cutting-edge facility’s capabilities, hear the latest developments in world-leading research, and learn how researchers and industry can work with Cyber-SHIP Lab.
Who is this event for?
This event will be of interest to colleagues and students researching, or working across sectors related to or reliant on cyber-security, especially maritime logistics and operations, port and harbour security.
It may also be invaluable for University of Plymouth staff across disciplines who are looking for guidance and support around securing funding and industry partnerships for new projects.
This event is open to all and free to attend. It will be hosted online and you will receive a joining link to the email you provide at registration before the event begins.