Webinar: Cyber security challenges for ship operators, insurers and lawyers
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What are the realistic cyber security threats confronting ship operators? And what are the implications for their insurance, their insurers, and lawyers on all sides?

Join us as we team-up with experts from Baker Tilly Consulting, HFW and Astaara Company Limited to embark, online, on a Shanghai to London container ship voyage to explore the cyber security processes, threats, decisions and consequences faced by crews, HQ personnel and vessels on this 'typical' global supply chain route. 

Who should attend?
Ship and port operators, specialists in maritime insurance and their underwriters, maritime cyber security, legal and risk analysts and consultants.


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Cyber-SHIP Lab

Cyber-SHIP Lab is a world-first centre of excellence for maritime cyber threat resilience research, development and training, addressing key security challenges facing the international shipping industry. 

It provides a non-simulated, real-world platform for our applied expertise to the development of cyber threat mitigation tools, maritime security consultancy, and knowledge exchange opportunities, translating into tangible benefits for the sector. 

More information on the £3 million Cyber-SHIP Lab project 

Please note that this event is available to book online through Baker Tilly. Baker Tilly is a third-party website which is not owned or managed by the University of Plymouth. Information about how your data is treated can be found on the Baker Tilly booking form.

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