Two parties partner to enhance maritime cyber resilience – SAFETY4SEA

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OTESAT_MARITEL and Bureau Veritas (BV), have joined forces to certify two cybersecurity solutions, IRIS and s@tGate, according to IACS UR E27 Rev.1 requirements on the cyber resilience of on-board systems and equipment.

IRIS, a Cybersecurity Solution known for its comprehensive ashore and onboard protection, includes an e-learning module to enhance security awareness and Managed Security Services from a leading Security Operation Center (SOC) in Southeast Europe, operating 24/7. It seamlessly integrates with OTESAT_MARITEL’s s@tGate platform, addressing the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) needs of shipping companies amidst the industry’s digital evolution.

As informed, while IACS UR E27 Rev.1 will become mandatory for vessels contracted after July 1st, 2024, it already serves as the cybersecurity standard for the maritime sector. Bureau Veritas has been aiding major equipment manufacturers in meeting this standard, derived primarily from IEC 62443-3-3. Through collaboration with stakeholders and anticipation of shipowners’ requirements, Bureau Veritas aims to enhance cyber resilience in the maritime industry.

OTESAT_MARITEL leverages its expertise to serve shipping companies globally, from satellite communication systems to fully digitalized vessel environments. Their focus remains on meeting and surpassing the industry’s demands, with a commitment to customer satisfaction.

As the maritime sector increasingly depends on information technology to manage key business processes, it is crucial for shipping companies to choose digitalization tools specifically designed for maritime applications. Our solutions ensure that vessels benefit from enhanced security standards, increased efficiency, and greater productivity.

…Nikolaos Papaspanos, Product Manager at OTESAT_MARITEL, commented.

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