The Coast Guard is soliciting public feedback from the maritime industry and other interested parties on how to identify and mitigate potential vulnerabilities to cyber-dependent systems.
The Coast Guard recently published an article on cyber in the maritime transportation system and is seeking best practices and recommendations from industry to increase cyber awareness within the ports.
The Coast Guard will hold a public meeting in Washington, D.C., to receive comments on the development of cybersecurity assessment methods for vessels and facilities regulated by the Coast Guard.
The Coast Guard addresses unmanned aircraft systems and suspicious activity reporting for ports and vessels.
11/24/2014: Information collection request to the Office of Management and Budget – Security plans and other security related requirements
The Coast Guard invites comment from vessel and facility owners and operators on security plans for ports, vessels, facilities, Outer Continental Shelf facilities and other security-related requirements.
The Coast Guard seeks applications for membership on the National Maritime Security Advisory Committee to provide advice and make recommendations on national maritime security matters.
The Coast Guard is a participant in the interagency Cybersecurity Forum launched this month to develop a common understanding of cyber issues.
The Coast Guard’s Chief of Port and Facility Compliance discusses cyber resources, cyber-risk assessements and reduction of cyber-related risk for mariners and facility operators.
The Transportation Research Board published Power Point presentations from the 15th Biennial Harbor Safety Committee and Area Maritime Security Committee Conference.