Cyber security in ports: Business as usual

Lokke Moerel, Freddy Dezeure

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Abstract

Our paper summarizes the risks and provides concrete and
pragmatic proposals to increase substantially the cyber
maturity and resilience in the ports by organizing training
and awareness raising, fostering cooperation and information
exchange both between the stakeholders in the ports and
across the ports and integrating the cyber risk into the
physical security risk management processes and structures
already in place within the ports. This also involves a higher
degree of oversight by the Port Authorities as is already the
case for other security risks than cyber.
Original languageEnglish
TypeCyber Security in Ports: business as usual
Media of outputwebsite
PublisherProvincie Noord-Brabant
Number of pages6
Place of Publicationwebsite
Publication statusPublished - 22 Nov 2017

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