2021 IEEE International Conference on Cyber Security and Resilience

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Summary:

Generally, cybersecurity guidelines are geared to take on an integral role in providing industries with a suitable and comprehensive set of standards to inform and direct the design and implementation of their (critical) information technology infrastructure as well as support and govern their operational decisions in order to enhance their cybersecurity posture and resilience. However, in this paper we show that current maritime cybersecurity guidelines have two main shortcomings in that they neither provide a set of holistic recommendations to the key stakeholders in the maritime transportation system nor are the current guidelines sufficiently grounded in research. Thus, as a second contribution in this paper, we propose a comprehensive outline aimed to allow the stakeholders to develop comprehensive and thus more effective cybersecurity guidelines for the maritime transportation system.

Author(s):

Logan Drazovich    
Stevens Institute of Technology
United States

Liam Brew    
Stevens Institute of Technology
United States

Susanne Wetzel    
Stevens Institute of Technology
United States

 


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