Cyber-SHIP Lab Annual Symposium
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    International Maritime Organization, 4 Albert Embankment, London SE1 7SR

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The 2022 Cyber-SHIP Lab symposium will highlight the latest maritime cyber risk evaluation and mitigation research and explore how researchers and industry must collaborate to build cyber resilience. 
It will build on the success of our inaugural 2021 symposium that attracted a wide range of expert international speakers and delegates.
  • Day 1 focuses on the latest international maritime cyber security academic research.
  • Day 2 focuses on maritime cyber security knowledge sharing across the sector, including talks and workshops led by international speakers from industry, government agencies and maritime NGOs.
Confirmed speakers and delegates
Currently confirmed speakers and delegates from the Atlantic Council; BIMCO; BMT; BP Shipping; ClassNK; CrowdStrike; Cyberstar; Department for International Trade, UK; Department for Transport, UK; Defence Science & Technology Laboratory (DSTL), UK; Gary Kessler Associates; International Maritime Organisation; Istanbul Technical University; Maersk; Maritime & Coastguard Agency, UK; Maritime UK; National Counter Terrorism Border Services, UK; NCSC – National Cyber Security Centre, UK; NATO; Norwegian Maritime Cyber Resilience Centre (NORMA Cyber); Norwegian University of Science and Technology; Mandiant; Marsh; Ministry of Defence, UK; MSC cruises; NHL Stenden University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands; Norwegian Coastal Administration; Norwegian University of Science and Technology; PwC; Research England; Royal Holloway University of London; The Royal Navy; UK Joint Maritime Security Centre; United States Coast Guard Cyber Command; University of the Aegean; University of Plymouth Maritime Cyber Threats Research Group; Western Norway University of Applied Sciences. We will distribute a full programme as we prioritise and select from incoming research abstracts and industry speaker expressions of interest. 
Who should attend?
Cyber security-interested ship operators, maritime IT and OT systems manufacturers and integrators, specialist underwriters, cyber security consultants, government agencies involved in cyber defence or regulation, port authorities, peer academic researchers.
The event is primarily an in-person event limited to a maximum of 150 attendees. We expect the event to be oversubscribed and to be running a waiting list. Please register via the above link.
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About Cyber-SHIP Lab

Cyber-SHIP Lab is the University of Plymouth Maritime Cyber Threats Research Group’s unique £3.2m hardware-based maritime cyber security research platform – essentially a fully configurable physical twin for ships' IT and operational technology systems. 
Our researchers are engaged in cyber resilience evaluation to inform actionable knowledge tools and training to address maritime cyber risks. Current project funders and partners include Research England, ABS Group, AMI Marine, Babcock International, BMT, BT, Eaton, Hensoldt, Lloyd’s Register, Nettitude, the Royal Navy, Spirent, and Wärtsilä.

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