How can the CIA Triad improve maritime IT security?
Created by Rune Larsen, Product Marketing Manager | 26 March 2020
The confidentiality, integrity and availability (CIA) model provides a framework for assessing the impact of:
how to protect the confidentiality of your data, and prevent unauthorised access to and disclosure of information or data about the ship, crew and cargo
loss of integrity, which would modify or destroy information and data relating to the safe and efficient operation and administration of the ship
loss of availability due to the destruction of the information and data and/or the disruption to services/operation of ship systems.
In this episode, Walter Hannemann gives an introduction to the framework and briefly discusses the impact for shipping IT operations.
Created by Rune Larsen, Product Marketing Manager
Rune Larsen is Product Marketing Manager in Dualog. Educated in business strategy and marketing from the Arctic University of Norway, he has more than 25 years of experience in the creative industry, where he worked as a writer, consultant, graphic designer, and creative director in various advertising agencies and design studios. He's been orchestrating brand identity projects, design work and brand building campaigns for a wide range of organisations. He brings a passion for great design to the team, never compromising on the importance of the 'experience' part of UX. When not at the office, he enjoys hiking with his wife or is busy being a football coach for his youngest daughter. His fitness regime involves either running or cross-country skiing. Rune is an avid reader of business-related books, and he loves the occasional bottle of Barolo.