Are you totally up to date about cyber security? And is your company? And are your ships? The last thing you want is that your customers’ ship gets hacked by people with wrong intentions. The world of IT is rapidly changing, so what is coming up and how do you stay connected and secured?
We would like to invite you to the Cyber Security & Innovation in Maritime event at RDM in Rotterdam on the 22nd of May.
Learn from maritime business leaders about cyber risk in maritime, as well as about IT on board of worlds’ most luxurious yachts. And find out how easily you can be hacked and how you can prevent this. Besides the sessions, this event is a perfect opportunity to network with business leaders and counter parts in the maritime industry.
22nd May 2019
Asset safety and cyber protection are high on the owners’ agenda. But growing threats, in the form of data theft or sabotage of operations as a result of cybersecurity breaches, are little understood.
Bureau Veritas Marine and Offshore Global Technology Leader for Smart Ships, Najmeh Masoudi, will talk through the risks, and possible ways to address these challenges.
In 2007 Edwin dived head first into a job in the superyacht world, with no idea of what he was getting himself into. Over a decade later, he can safely say that something clicked, as he is still part of this weird and wonderful industry.
The ability to work on unique projects that force you to think two steps ahead and apply the latest technologies in creative and innovative ways. He also follows tech trends and stays up to date on the latest geeky stuff and call it ‘work’. That still puts a smile on his face. FWD Innovations was founded with the intention to leverage the network and experience of its founders to bring more innovation to the superyacht technology arena.
Robert Tom is a Systems Engineer at Fortinet and has 20 years of experience in Networking and Security. During his career he has held several network consultancy positions within leading, internationally operating organizations. In his role at Fortinet, he translates customer requirements and wishes into solid security solutions.
Wesley started his career as a digital forensics researcher and has been a pentester for seven years, currently he is penetration tester at KPN Security. He identifies vulnerabilities on customer systems and advises them on how to fix the issues. With his colleagues he won several Capture the Flag and other hack competitions. In his spare time, he likes to work with smart home electronics and naturally keeps an eye on connecting them securely. In doing so, he discovered severe security flaws in a widely used Smart Home System, allowing attackers to take full control over them from a distance. He contacted the distributor and solved the problems together with him. He likes sharing his findings with the broader audience on his blog forsec.nl, and with presentations; for example at Tweaker Events and SHA2017.