Hosted by the DHS S&T Center of Excellence for Visualization and Data Analytics (CVADA) co-lead Rutgers University,
Command, Control, and Interoperability Center for Advanced Data Analysis (CCICADA)
The dependence of modern ships on sophisticated technology makes them vulnerable to cyber-attacks whether intentional, unintentional or by natural causes. CVADA at Rutgers University is partnering with American Military University (AMU) and Combined Joint Operations from the Sea to address the growing threat of maritime cyber-attacks. This seminar will look at evolving cyber threats in the maritime environment and countermeasures to address them.
March 2, 2015 Learning Seminar Sessions Include:
- Placing Maritime Cyber Security and Technological Change in Context: Reflecting on Historical Trends to offer a Framework for Thinking about the Future
- Uncertainty – It is our Maritime Cyber Security Reality
- Maritime Cyber Security: Vulnerabilities, Mitigation and Resilience
March 3, 2015 Symposium Sessions Include:
- Keynote presentation by U.S. Coast Guard Vice Adm. Chuck Michel
- Maritime Cyber Security Risk: Threat, Vulnerability, and Consequence
- Risk to the Maritime Transportation System I: Shipboard Systems and Oil Rigs
- Risk to the Maritime Transportation System II: Port Operations, Mobile Devices, Cargo Control
- The Resilience Imperative in the Maritime-Cyber Domain
- Countermeasures (e.g., physical countermeasures, intel)
- Education/Training/Human Factors
Registration and additional event information is available.
Can’t attend? Details for virtual participation will be posted to this site (see link above) as soon as they are available.
Articles on the event are available below: