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  • Cyber-SHIP: Developing Next Generation Maritime Cyber Research Capabilities 

    Tam, Kimberly; Jones, Kevin (University of Plymouth, 2019-10)
    As a growing global threat, cyber-attacks can cost millions of dollars or endanger national stability and human lives. While relatively well understood in most sectors, it is becoming clear that, although the maritime ...
  • Factors Affecting Cyber Risk in Maritime 

    Tam, Kimberly; Jones, Kevin (University of Plymouth, 2019-06-07)
    To ensure the safety of ships and ports, groups and individuals, at all levels of the maritime sector, use analysis to identify potential hazards and their outcomes. One of the most relied upon methods is using a risk ...
  • Forensic Readiness within the Maritime Sector 

    Tam, Kimberly; Jones, Kevin (University of Plymouth, 2019-06-07)
    Forensic investigation is an essential response strategy following a cyber-related incident, and forensic readiness is the capability to gather critical digital information and maximize its use as evidence. The effectiveness ...
  • The Potential Mental Health Effects of Remote Control in an Autonomous Maritime World 

    Tam, Kimberly; Hopcraft, Rory; Crichton, Tom; Jones, Kevin (University of Plymouth, 2021-05-06)
    Many maritime activities, such as loading, unloading and transporting cargoes, consist primarily of long periods of low-stress, with some moments of high stress during complex manoeuvres or unanticipated, dangerous, ...
  • Situational Awareness: Examining Factors that Affect Cyber-Risks in the Maritime Sector 

    Tam, Kimberly; Jones, Kevin (University of Plymouth, 2019-09-21)
    Standard risk assessments are used to define and prioritize threats within a sector. However, the rising number of cybersecurity risks in maritime are often temperamental to a range of environmental, technical, and social ...
  • The use of cyber ranges in the maritime context: Assessing maritime-cyber risks, raising awareness, and providing training 

    Tam, Kimberly; Moara-Nkwe, Kemedi; Jones, Kevin (University of Plymouth, 2020-07-21)
    A good defensive strategy against evolving cyber threats and cybercrimes is to raise awareness and use that awareness to prepare technical mitigation and human defense strategies. A prime way to do this is through training. ...

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