Anglo-Eastern signs Cyber MOU with Naval Dome
Global ship manager Anglo-Eastern has inked a memorandum of understanding on cyber security with Naval Dome, the company said in its release.
Signed by Capt. Bjorn Hojgaard, CEO of Anglo-Eastern, and Naval Dome CEO Itai Sela, the agreement underpins the ship manager’s commitment to protecting the vessels and personnel under its management from cyber-attack. Under the agreement, Naval Dome will provide Anglo-Eastern with cyber security research and consultancy services aimed at ensuring its 650+ vessel fleet operates in an environment resilient to the most sophisticated of cyber-attack.
With its advanced penetrative testing capability and Security Level 4 accreditation, Naval Dome will carry out an evaluation of the company’s cyber position and make recommendations, where necessary, on how systems can be better protected.
As part of the agreement, Naval Dome and Anglo-Eastern will look to collaborate with OEMs and OT (operational technology) service providers to incorporate more effective security solutions for both newbuild vessels and existing ships with legacy equipment.
ABOUT NAVAL DOME
Naval Dome is an Israel-based cyber security specialist providing award-winning security detection and protection solutions to the international maritime industry. The Naval Dome solution is the first maritime multilayer cyber defence solution for mission critical onboard systems and has been awarded Security Level 4 Certification from classification society DNV GL.
ABOUT ANGLO EASTERN
Anglo-Eastern is a leading global provider of independent ship management services, with over 600 vessels under full technical management, a further 200+ under crew management, and a technical services division that has overseen some 450 newbuildings and conversions to date. Anglo-Eastern is supported by a multinational pool of 27,000+ crew, more than 25 operational offices and specialist centres worldwide, plus a global network of dedicated post-sea training centres and a pre-sea maritime academy in India.