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Navarino backs maritime cyber reporting portal

Navarino has joined the CSO Alliance, to assist in promoting cyber awareness in the maritime sector and support the development of the CSO maritime cyber-crime reporting portal.

{mprestriction ids="1,2"}In its pilot phase, this new portal allows for cyber-crime to be anonymously reported and pooled with other incidents to promote further analysis within a secure, vetted online community, where cyber breaches can be anonymously discussed and ideas and strategies for combatting them shared.

Navarino says it has already supported a series of workshops in Antwerp, London, Rotterdam, Paris and Hamburg to promote the introduction of the new platform.

“Cyber-crime is unfortunately a fact of life today for many in the maritime sector. By partnering with the CSO Alliance, Navarino is proactively helping to build awareness of the threat but also offering our customers tools to combat it, alongside our existing cyber security solutions portfolio,” said Navarino CEO, Dimitris Tsikopoulos.

“We are proud to be working with the maritime industry’s community in this way and we want to do all we can to strengthen and protect our industry’s cyber resilience.”{/mprestriction}

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