Marine software and systems that are connected to the Internet, or that can be updated with devices like USB sticks, are vulnerable to attack whether a vessel is at sea or alongside.
Even if you think you are not a likely target many attacks are from hackers looking for anyone with a weak system or are collateral damage from someone else being attacked.
Our marine security testing ranges from remote vessel penetration tests to complete remote and onboard vulnerability assessments that attack things exactly the same way that hackers do and then document the results.
The reports you receive provide technical and non-technical descriptions of any issues found, and the risks they create, together with details of how to fix them or ways to mitigate them when a fix is impractical.
Security testing shows all the issues that attackers can see and what to do to fix them
Using the same techniques as hackers to identify security weaknesses
Most security tests can be carried out remotely, even when at sea, and with no possible disruption to the vessel
Attackers often take advantage of unseen issues, security testing highlights what these are before they can be used against you