Maritime Cyber Workshops

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Maritime Cyber Workshops2018-07-10T11:33:23+00:00

Workshop Invitation – Cyber Security Information Sharing, Accountability & Regulation

A series of three Maritime workshops being held in London, Rotterdam and Antwerp, in July. These workshops provide a unique opportunity to join an international, collaborative industry response providing a dedicated cyber resource – the Maritime Cyber Emergency Response Team (MCERT), to effectively protect our maritime ecosystem and supply chain.

The maritime industry and national governments need to work as one to report cyber incidents. To interpret and deal with the evolving global cyber threats we need a dedicated cyber resource that effectively protects our supply chain carrying 90% of the world’s goods by sea.

London

Tuesday 10th July 2018

Cavalry & Guards Club, 127 Piccadilly, Mayfair, London, W1J 7PX

Timings

Agenda

13.30 – 14.00 Arrival and networking
Session 1: Understanding the issues facing the maritime industry
14.00
Welcome from workshop chairman Chris Gibson, Director MCERT
14.10
A national perspective John Noble, Director, Incident Management, NCSC, 2016-2018
14.30
Why invest – Legal issues & Industry imperatives Philip Roche, Partner, Norton Rose Fulbright
14.50
Innovation and Cyber Andrew Ross, Director, Wärtsilä
15.05 – 15.30  Networking Break
Session 2: How can the maritime community respond effectively?
15.30
Protecting your business Vic Start, Airbus
15.45
Local/Global CISO Community Mark Sutcliffe, MD CSO Alliance
16.00
Global Cyber Leadership Chris Gibson, Director MCERT
Summary & Next Steps
16.30 Q&A – MCERT
17.00 Close & Networking

A big thank you to all involved – UK Major Ports Group and British Ports Association, Templar Executives, Wärtsilä, CSO Alliance, Norton Rose Fulbright, and Airbus for providing the content and speakers.

Rotterdam

Thursday 12th July 2018

Bildberberg Park Hotel, Westersingel 70, 3015 LB

Timings

Agenda

13.30 – 14.00 Arrival and networking
Session 1: Understanding the issues facing the maritime industry
14.00
Welcome from workshop chairman Chris Gibson, Director MCERT
14.30
Why invest – Legal issues & Industry imperatives Marie Kelly, Partner, Norton Rose Fulbright
14.50
Innovation and Cyber Andrew Ross, Director, Wärtsilä
15.05 – 15.30  Networking Break
Session 2: How can the maritime community respond effectively?
15.30
Protecting your business Vic Start, Airbus
15.45
Local/Global CISO Community Mark Sutcliffe, MD CSO Alliance
16.00
Global Cyber Leadership Chris Gibson, Director MCERT
Summary & Next Steps
16.30 Q&A – MCERT
17.00 Close & Networking

A big thank you to all involved Templar Executives, Wärtsilä, CSO Alliance, Norton Rose Fulbright, and Airbus for providing the content and speakers.

Antwerp

Friday 13th July 2018

Royal Belgium Shipowners’ Association, Ernest Van Dijckkaai 8, 2000 Antwerpen, Belgium

Timings

Agenda

9.30 – 10.00 Arrival and networking
Session 1: Understanding the issues facing the maritime industry
10.00
Welcome from Belgian Ship Owners Association Wilfried Lemmens, RBSOA
10.05
The Problems we face and how do we solve them Jerome Van Overloop, Government
10.25
Belgian CERT – How we protect you Belgian CERT, Manager
10.45
Why invest – Legal issues & Industry imperatives Marie Kelly, Partner, Norton Rose Fulbright
11.05
Innovation and Cyber Andrew Ross, Director, Wärtsilä
11.20 – 11.45  Networking Break
Session 2: How can the maritime community respond effectively?
11.45
Protecting your business Vic Start, Airbus
12.00
Local/Global CISO Community Mark Sutcliffe, MD CSO Alliance
12.15
Global Cyber Leadership Chris Gibson, Director MCERT
Summary & Next Steps
12.45 Q&A – MCERT
13.15 Close & Networking

A big thank you to all involved – the Belgium Government and Shipowners’ Association, Templar Executives, Wärtsilä, CSO Alliance, Norton Rose Fulbright, and Airbus for providing the content and speakers.

Please email info@maritimecert.org or call +44 203 542 9075 if you would like to attend any of these events or have any queries.