Category: – Cargo & Facilities

1/26/2015: Guidance on maritime cyber security standards – Part 4 Cyber resources

Read part 4 in the 5 part series providing key takeaways from an interagency public meeting called ‘Guidance on Maritime Cybersecurity Standards.’

1/23/2015: Guidance on maritime cyber security standards – Part 3 Cyber Command remarks

Read part 3 in the 5 part series providing key takeaways from an interagency public meeting called ‘Guidance on Maritime Cybersecurity Standards.’

1/22/2015: Guidance on maritime cyber security standards – Part 2 from the Office of Port and Facility Compliance Chief

Read part 2 in the 5 part series providing key takeaways from an interagency public meeting called ‘Guidance on Maritime Cybersecurity Standards.’

1/21/2015: Guidance on maritime cyber security standards – Part 1 from the Deputy Commandant for Operations

Read part 1 in the 5 part series providing key takeaways from an interagency public meeting called ‘Guidance on Maritime Cybersecurity Standards.’

1/8/2015: Maritime cyber security learning seminar and symposium

Rutgers University and a DHS Center of Excellence are jointly sponsoring a maritime cyber security seminar March 2-3, at Rutgers University to discuss maritime cyber threats, vulnerabilities and consequences.

1/6/2015: Area Maritime Security Plan – 5 Year cycle review

All 43 Area Maritime Security Plans have been updated by the Captains of the Ports and approved by the Coast Guard Area Commanders.

12/29/2014: Seafarers’ access to maritime facilities

The Coast Guard seeks comments and will hold a public meeting on a proposed rule that would require each owner or operator of a facility, regulated by the Coast Guard, to provide seafarers and other individuals with access between vessels moored at the facility and the facility gate, in a timely manner and at no cost to the seafarer or other individual.

12/23/2014: Area Maritime Security Plan – 5 Year cycle review

All 43 Area Maritime Security Plans have been updated by the Captains of the Ports and approved by the Coast Guard Area Commanders.

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