Notice of CIN Soliciting Opinions on Codes of Practice on Cyber-Risk for Suppliers of Marine Electronic Equipment and Services
CIN (2020) No.43
To strengthen the resistance of maritime navigation equipment to cyber-attacks and to promote ship electronic equipment and service suppliers to provide a secure and reliable maritime cyber-environment, Comité International Radio-Maritime, a member of International Association of Institutes of Navigation, released two publications in February 2020, Codes of Practice on Cyber-Risk for Suppliers of Marine Electronic Equipment and Services and Codes of Practice - Implementation Guide GL-002. The former consists mainly of six guiding principles, while the latter is a recommendation for the implementation of codes of practice.
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