Welcome to Cybersecure at Sea 2024

CyberOwl invites you to our annual maritime cybersecurity conference. Cybersecure at Sea 2024: Maritime Cyber Exercise

Aimed at both ship owning and ship management companies, the objective of this training session is to equip you with the practical tools to guide your organisation through a cyber crisis or incident, with the company’s reputation and resilience intact.

The session will cover the commercial, operational, technical and communication considerations in planning and executing the crisis response in relation to a cyber incident on vessel systems.  We will play out a designed scenario, that will showcase to you the threats that cyber can inflict on fleet operations, company reputation and business contingency, and the potential outcomes of a targeted cyber crisis on your stakeholders.

By the end of the session, participants will gain confidence that the skills learned on the day will help them deliver smarter crisis response leadership, smarter in-house policies & processes, and improve their cyber crisis readiness in a way that protects their reputation and resilience.

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Athens Event | Thursday, 23 May | 10.00 PM EEST



Registration & coffee (15 min)

Welcome and introduction (15 min)

Setting the scene (20 min)

Table top exercise (60 min)

Break (15 min)

Exercise debrief and lessons learned (45 min)

“Checklist: What to do and consider in a cyber attack”

  • CyberOwl
  • Navigate Response

Wrap up (10 min)

Followed by drinks/food, networking and close

*The conference content outline serves as a guide only and may be subject to changes at the organiser’s discretion.

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Our host and guest contributors

CyberOwl | CEO

Daniel Ng

Dan is CEO of CyberOwl, a disruptive startup helping asset operators gain visibility and address the cyber risks to their distributed, remote assets, particularly in the maritime sector.

Dan was previously Associate Director at KPMG, where he focused on the Defence, Security and Industrial sectors, working extensively to develop propositions and commercial strategies for global security, defense, technology and engineering companies such as Northrop Grumman, BAE Systems, Atos and BP.

Dan was also Chair of a Working Group at the IoT Security Foundation, Council Member of the Digital Technology Group of the UK Society for Maritime Industries and Steering Committee Member for the Operational Technology Cyber Security Alliance. He is regularly recognised as a technology leader influencing the sector, including the FT 100 Most Influential BAME Leaders in Technology in 2019.

Navigate Response | Managing Director

Dustin Eno

Dustin oversees the operations of our global network of 45 offices and leads our crisis communication team which responds to 200+ incidents a year. He is responsible for our innovation and digitization initiatives, including the development of our rapidly expanding digital training services.

A trusted advisor, Dustin specialises in communications, reputation management and organisational leadership especially in times of challenge or crisis.

Dustin has a Bachelor of Arts and Sciences degree (BASc) specialising in leadership and political rhetoric and a master’s degree in communications (MSc) from the London School of Economics (LSE). While at LSE he developed computer models for tracking reputation in the online and print media.

Dustin is an award-winning speaker and a passionate advocate for B2B companies engaging with their ultimate stakeholders – the public.

Navigate Response | Crisis Response Manager

Janni Jarvinen

Janni is an experienced communications professional, specialising in corporate reputation, crisis management, and stakeholder engagement. As a Crisis Response Manager, she supports our clients with their crisis communications and delivers media training.

Prior to joining Navigate Response, Janni worked in corporate affairs across complex and heavily regulated industries, including logistics, utilities, energy, and environmental services. She is passionate about reputation capital and the role it plays in business resilience and continuity.

Janni graduated with a Bachelor of Science (BSc) in business administration from Stockholm University, and a Master of Arts (MA) specialising in corporate communications, marketing and public relations, from the University of Leeds. While pursuing her MA, Janni researched the crisis management of data breach incidents and their impact on reputation. She has also studied in Finland and Indonesia, and has professional qualifications in crisis and leadership from MIT and the University of Oxford.

Navigate Response |Crisis Response Manager

Kyle Fawkes

As a Crisis Response Manager, Kyle manages the media response for numerous shipping incidents and delivers crisis media training for our clients.

Prior to joining Navigate Response, Kyle worked within several academic and non-governmental organizations to conduct research on international maritime policy-making. He also has experience with the British Columbia Wildfire Service, where he worked within crisis communications channels as a provincial reporting officer.

Kyle has a Bachelor’s degree in Arts and Science (BA&Sc), a Master’s degree in Coastal and Marine and Management (MSc.) and a Master’s degree in International Law (LLM). While pursuing his LLM, Kyle investigated legal strategies for mitigating international fisheries conflicts.

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What attendees are saying…

IT Manager

The first virtual conference on maritime cybersecurity with a global audience. I was impressed by the quality and substance of the presentations. I’ll be back for next year's conference.

Technical Director

Leaders from all corners of the maritime industry shared everything from practical solutions to cybersecurity challenges to long-term strategies.

IT Manager

The first virtual conference on maritime cybersecurity with a global audience. I was impressed by the quality and substance of the presentations. I’ll be back for next year's conference.

Compliance Manager

A must-attend event designed to provide an updated understanding of the cyber risk and share practical insights on how others in the maritime sector continue to cyber secure their vessels and prepare to comply with the cyber security requirements of IMO 2021.

Registration for the event will be managed by CyberOwl, but the event will be hosted in conjunction with Navigate Response, and HFW. When you register for the event, you will provide CyberOwl with personal data.

Please refer to CyberOwl’s full privacy notice, HFW’s full privacy notice, and Navigate Response’s full privacy notice for details on how we will process your personal data, and the legal grounds on which we rely on to do so.

CyberOwl will be a controller of your personal data when you submit your personal data through the registration form. Holman Fenwick Willan LLP and Navigate Response will both also be controllers of the personal data CyberOwl share with them.

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