Shipping leaders must continually address cyber risks that are unique to their organisations and operating environments.
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Is shipping sufficiently resilient to cyber risks?
Guidelines on Cyber Security Onboard Ships, Version Four The purpose of these guidelines is to improve the safety and security of seafarers, the environment, the cargo, and the ships. The guidelines aim to assist in the development of a proper cyber risk management strategy in accordance with relevant regulations and best practises on board a ship with a focus on work processes, equipment, training, incident response and recovery management.
This second edition has been withdrawn and replaced by the third edition. This workbook is a practical, straightforward and easy to understand guide to support the Master and the ship’s crew with cyber security risk management.
Digitalisation of shipping and on how it is affecting the infrastructure of the industry will be the focus of a webinar on 11 November / Second edition of the Cyber Security Workbook for On Board Ship Use launched.
New practical guide “Peril at Sea and Salvage” supports seafarers and shore-based personnel in their initial response, implementing the emergency response plan, towage and salvage.
Chinese translation of the Annual Review 2020. 年度报告 - 海上英雄 《2020年年报》广泛地探讨了ICS在2020年和国际航运领域的工作，包括：应对新冠肺炎疫情对船舶运营的挑战和船员换班困境；航运业在零碳排放方面的努力；打击猖獗的西非海盗和处理持续的地中海移民危机；成功支持IMO 2020硫限量的实施和讨论修改IMO《船舶压载水公约》；捍卫全球污染责任制度；以及推动对《海员培训、发证和值班标准国际公约》中有关海员培训标准的基本审查。
The Review explores, in depth, the significant issues faced by the industry in 2020, including: The impact of COVID-19 and the intensifying crew change crisis – COVID-19 related restrictions on travel and the ability to rotate crew, leaving 400,000 seafarers stranded at sea. Efforts to decarbonise shipping, including the ongoing negotiations at the UN International Maritime Organization (IMO) and the radical industry proposal for a USD 5 billion fund to accelerate the R&D of zero-carbon technologies.
In 2019, a new edition of the ICS Guidelines for Owners and Masters on Prevention of Drug Trafficking and Drug Abuse on board ships was published. It has already sold over 12,000 copies, demonstrating how seriously this matter is taken by shipping companies.
Piracy in the Gulf of Guinea remains the principal security threat faced by the shipping industry. Dozens of seafarers are kidnapped each year, and held for ransom in terrible conditions ashore. ICS believes that piracy can and should be suppressed for the benefit of shipping and the region.