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Holm Security can help your maritime business perform vulnerability assessments on every offshore or onshore location. Regardless of hardware, location, size, or connectivity, our platform offers a complete overview of your network assets and their vulnerabilities. Significantly reduce cyber-related risks with a structured, systematic, and proactive cybersecurity approach. We’ll help you understand and remediate the vulnerabilities you have - today and in the future.
We cover every asset in every environment - public, local, cloud, IoT, containers as well as OT and SCADA.
Find vulnerabilities before any cybercriminal does and ensure your operations run without any disruption.
Meet existing laws, regulations, and compliance requirements, like GDPR and NIS (Network and Information Security).
IT & OT Security
Digital threats are becoming more complex. The access, connectivity, and networking of IT (Information Technology) and OT (Operational Technology has led to increased cyber security threats and risks for many maritime operations. It’s more important than ever to stay ahead of these threats before they cause damage to your organization.
Vulnerability Management should be an inherent part of your company's safety and security culture - ensuring the safety, security, and protection of the ship, the crew, the cargo, and the marine environment. An investment in our platform will help your operation runs smoothly and on time.
IMO (the International Maritime Organization), the United Nations specialized agency, with responsibility for the safety and security of shipping. IMO provides guidelines and recommendations for maritime cyber risk. Stakeholders should take the necessary steps to safeguard shipping from current and emerging threats and vulnerabilities related to digitization, integration and automation of processes and systems in shipping. IMO’s recommendations clearly states that identifying vulnerabilities and risks is required within the maritime industry.
ICS (Internal Chamber of Shipping) is the global trade association for shipowners and operators. ICS have specific guidelines for cyber security onboard ships that are produced and supported by BIMCO, CLIA, ICS, Intercargo, Intermanager, Intertanko, IUMI, OCIMF and World Shipping Council.
These guidelines focus on the need of cyber risk management and the importance of identifying vulnerabilities. the need for risk based work
As a maritime customer at Holm Security, you can, for example, scan all ships on a scheduled monthly basis and collect all vulnerability data in one place, neatly organized per ship. With Holm Security, you can scan your offshore locations, your onshore locations, and your cloud infrastructure. You don’t have to wait until your ship is in the dock, and you don’t have to worry about high costs related to the number of scanner appliances. It works just as well on other maritime sites, including oil rigs, wind, and farm locations.
You can easily set up multiple Scanner Appliance in separated networks, on almost all hardware regardless of connectivity. The scanning data will all end up in the customer's own Security Center. In Security Center, the customer, or their partner, can manage, re-scan, generate reports and create integrations to several ticket systems.
The amount of digital infrastructure on board ships is growing. At the same time, there are challenges with connectivity as sea that limits how fast and when data can be communicated to centralized systems for cyber security. Holm Security's vulnerability management platform limits the amount of data to be communicated - whenever possible. Thus, the vulnerability data from systems used on board can be efficiently managed centrally directly in the cloud.
Fully understand the threat landscape and create a security framework that allows you to be ahead of any attackers. Here are a few best practices to protect your organization from disruptive and costly intrusions.
Identify and understand the threat landscape, including external and internal cyber threats.
Assess the risk exposure by determining the likelihood and impact of vulnerability exploitation by any external or internal actor.
Continuously and carefully adjust your risk posture to align with the changing cyber environment.
Reduce the likelihood and the impact of any potential exploitation by implementing detection measures.
Establish a contingency plan to mitigate any potential cyber risk.
Use contingency plan to respond and recover from any cyber incidents to ensure operational stability.
Take control over the security of your systems and networks. We support all parts of your infrastructure – public, local, cloud, IoT, containers as well as OT and SCADA.
One of the most powerful web application scanners on the market finding all types of vulnerabilities, like OWASP top 10. Also scanning APIs.