The webinar was a continuation of the maritime cybersecurity event in the margins of the One Conference in The Hague in October 2019.
Andreas Nordseth, Director General of the Danish Maritime Authority: “The technological developments hold great potential for improving the maritime sector even more, and ensuring the necessary digital and green transformation.”
However, when new technologies and digital solutions are introduced, the risk increases that cyberattacks can take place onboard ships and in ports.
“Denmark view cyber threats on the same level as any other maritime safety and security-related risk. An important part of finding solutions to the cyber vulnerabilities is by engaging in international collaboration and exchanging knowledge with other strong maritime nations”, Andreas Nordseth adds.
Besides maritime experts from the United States, the Netherlands, and Denmark, participants from Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia, Singapore, Israel, Germany, France, and Belgium joined the discussions at today’s webinar.
The United States, the Netherlands, and Denmark will continue the international cooperation on maritime cybersecurity matters in 2021, and seek to expand participation with even more like-minded maritime nations.
Source: Maritime Shipping News