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In today’s ever-changing landscape, the rise in uncertainty and geopolitical risks increases the likelihood of facing significant cybersecurity challenges in the coming years. The global shipping industry, involving numerous countries, is notably susceptible to cybersecurity issues, as seen in major incidents such as the 2017 Maersk cyber-attack and a recent breach in Australia’s ports.
Maritime cybersecurity is complex, encompassing ship systems, satellite communications, the integration of new 5G technology, and dynamic information exchanges between ships and ports.
Singapore serves as a base for several Norwegian shipping and maritime companies. Norwegian firms can play a crucial role in Singapore by providing essential technologies, consultancy services, and solutions to tackle cybersecurity challenges.
Organized by The Royal Norwegian Embassy, Innovation Norway, and Norwegian Business Association Singapore, the Singapore Norway Maritime Cyber Forum aims to explore emerging cybersecurity trends, engage in discussions about effective mitigation strategies, gain insights into the current state of rules and regulations, and understand new initiatives undertaken by the government and industry players. Additionally, the forum seeks to identify potential areas for collaboration between Norway and Singapore.
This full-day event will feature insightful sessions with dedicated time for lunch and tea breaks, fostering networking opportunities and facilitating discussions on the critical subject of maritime cybersecurity. Additionally, the forum will touch on training and research aspects to provide a holistic perspective on cybersecurity challenges and solutions within the maritime industry.
Friday, 19 January 2024
9:30 am to 4:30pm (registration starts at 9:00 am)
The Glass House at Andaz Singapore, Level 3
5 Fraser St, Singapore 189354 (click here for map)
|Emcee: Arne-Kjetil Lian, Director, Innovation Norway Singapore
|H.E. Eivind S Homme, Norway’s ambassador to Singapore
|Chee Hong Tat, Minister for Transport and Second Minister for Finance
|Einar Vik Arset, Director General, Norwegian Coastal Administration
|David Foo, Assistant Chief Executive, Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore
|Singapore ports’ initiatives against cyber-attacks
|Desmond Ong, Vice President of Transformation and Technology Office, Jurong Port
|Presentation on NORMA Cyber
|Lars Benjamin Vold, Managing Director, Norma Cyber
|Singapore & Norway regulator’s role in combating cyber security – what has been done and what more needs to be done?
|Secure Ship – Shore Data Communications
|Todd Schuett, Business Innovation Manager, Kongsberg Norcontrol
|Navigating the human element in maritime cybersecurity
|Olav Nortun, Chief Operating Officer, OSM Thome
|Risk mitigation/reduction for cyber-attacks – what is available for shipowners?
|John Martin, Chief Executive Officer, Gard (Singapore)
|How can the eco-system collaborate to improve cyber safety for all?
|Ready to get slammed?
|Reidar Grevskott, former Chief Information Security Officer
|Maritime Best Practices
– IACS Cybersecurity requirements of UR E26&27
– DNV Cyber Secure rules and experience
– How maritime stakeholders are applying these for new builds and onboard systems
|Mayank Surana, Senior Cybersecurity Consultant Maritime, DNV
|Adjusting to a new security situation – Equinor perspective
|Evan Fuery, Senior Vice President, Corporate Security & Crisis Management, SSU, Equinor
|Special session on Cyber-security research and training
|Michael Phoon, Executive Director, Singapore Shipping Association
|End of Event