CRFThe Commonwealth Resilience Forum

The cyber and terrorism threat to maritime industries

Date: 26th January 2016

Venue: The Cavalry & Guards Club, 127 Piccadilly, London

The day will be centred around the cyber threat to maritime operations and logistics such as ‘denial of service attacks’, extortion, and ‘spoofing’. This will broaden to analyse the challenges to ocean governance in the context of maritime terrorism which builds on our hosted event in Malta for the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting.
0915-1000 Registration, Waterloo Room.
1000-1100 The Commonwealth as a maritime network – Commonwealth Argosy.
1100-1200 The cyber threat to the maritime space – Professor Kevin Jones, Plymouth University.
1200-1300 The Terrorist threat to the maritime industries.
1300-1400 Lunch, Commonwealth wines and networking
1400-1500 A need for a Commonwealth maritime strategy? – Institute for Statecraft.
1500-1600 Addressing Terrorism in Ocean Governance. – Prof Steven Haines University of Greenwich.
1600-1645 Open Forum and critique – Vice Admiral Charles Style CBE.

The Commonwealth Resilience Forum is dedicated to establishing policy initiatives and knowledge exchange across the maritime industries with a particular emphasis on the Commonwealth. It is becoming an established thought-leader for identifying coherent policy solutions to the Commonwealth’s shared maritime challenges.

The CRF generates substantive and practical recommendations through high quality engagement within an accessible expert network.

Our in-depth seminar and interactive day on the cyber and terrorism threat to maritime industries was of particular interest to those involved in:

  • The maritime industries
  • Insurance
  • Tourism and Leisure
  • Logistics
  • ICT
  • The Security sector
  • Port infrastructure
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