Maritime Cybersecurity

A range of cybersecurity services to safeguard your vessel IT environment

With modern tools and always on operations comes modern day threats. Stay ahead and stay safe with our simple-to-implement services. It’s about taking the necessary steps to safeguard your fleet from current and emerging threats and vulnerabilities related to digitization and digitalisation. Protect against cyber-events and ensure continuity of your operations.

 

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Set your perimeter

Detect and protect

Reduce the likelihood of vulnerabilities being exploited through protection measures. Define restrictions on what type of content is allowed or blocked and add DNS-level protection to significantly reduce the likelihood of malware and ransomware affecting your operations.

Read more: Important information about maritime cybersecurity in 2020

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Scan you IT environment

Keep your systems clean

Our services can help identify “already infected” onboard systems, machines and devices and secure a healthy digital environment. Thanks to our cloud-based infrastructure, the system is always up to date. Use maritime optimised antivirus distribution to ensure all ship computers are safe from viruses, spyware, trojans, password stealers and other threats. 

Read more: How Dualog improves maritime security

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Set your policies straight

Reduce unwanted data traffic

Easily create policies of what type of traffic and what app’s and digital services are allowed. Optimise the use of your internet infrastructure and bandwidth capacity by creating company rules effectively reducing unwanted data traffic. 

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