Our team, headquartered in Lévis, Québec, is made up of experts in cyber security, shipbuilding and operations
Combining this knowledge means that the Neptune Cyber team properly understand the commercial, operational and regulatory challenges you face and how they can impact upon your cyber security.
As marine cyber security specialists, the services and support Neptune Cyber provides to you are based on the specific cyber security risks the sector faces and our understanding of how to solve them.
The advice and solutions we bring you are implementable, won’t disrupt operations and is founded in real-world insight into what’s commercially viable for your specific needs.
The first step to better security is to properly understand the specific risks you face and what their consequences could be to your operations
We work with you to find the most appropriate solutions to ensure appropriate risk mitigation for your individual circumstances
Good security is an ongoing process. We work with you to ensure that there is the best plan in place for your individual future needs
Getting hacked is expensive – a cyber attack destroyed Maersk’s land-based systems at a cost of over $300 million
It’s risky – In 2019 the US Coast Guard reported a “significant cyber incident” on a deep draft vessel entering the Port of New York and New Jersey that “significantly degraded the functionality of the onboard computer system.”
There are best practice requirements – IMO Resolution MSC.428(98), to address cyber risks, comes into force in 2021
It can happen by accident – Many attacks are not specifically targeted, they just look for anyone with a weak system or are collateral damage