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Naval Dome completes yacht cyber security installation

The yacht Lucky Me The yacht Lucky Me

Israel-based cyber security firm Naval Dome has completed the installation of its maritime cyber defence system aboard the 46m yacht Lucky Me, with the implementation carried out during a scheduled visit by the yacht to Athens, Greece.

{mprestriction ids="1,2"}“Following assessment of the yacht’s operational profile, we tailored the Naval Dome system to meet the customer’s exact requirement,” said Paola Rossi, vice-president, marketing, Naval Dome.

“Once the bespoke work was complete we installed the Naval Dome Endpoint and carried out a series of checks to ensure everything was working as it should. The yacht’s Captain acknowledged that his onboard systems were working as they were before the install.”

The cyber system was installed inside an hour, and is multi-layered to protect all PC-based systems from both internal and external cyber-attacks.

The technology consists of an Endpoint device and secure Cloud systems. The Endpoint is installed on every critical PC-based system onboard the vessel, to defend them even when the vessel’s systems are not connected.{/mprestriction}

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