Maritime Cyber Risk Management

Maritime Cybersecurity Enterprise Risk Management and Leadership Pilot Course

DATE:  December 2, 2022

TIME:  9:00am to 5:00pm (EST) / Online via Zoom

AUDIENCE: Maritime Industry C-suite and Senior-Level Executives

INSTRUCTOR:  Dr. Paul Rohmeyer, Stevens Institute of Technology

COURSE FEE:  $1,250.00*

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*Pilot course attendees will receive a 20% discount off the $1,250 enrollment fee.



Overview

The Maritime Security Center (MSC) is piloting a one-day, instructor-led professional development course tailored to maritime industry C-suite and senior-level executives.  The course is designed to provide a practical understanding of cybersecurity concepts and terminology, and an awareness of cyber-physical risks, vulnerabilities, and mitigations within the context of the maritime transportation sector. 

The course emphasizes the concept of business impact to identify and analyze cyber threats and their potential consequences and introduces cybersecurity risk frameworks to enable informed enterprise risk management decisions.  It aims to bridge the communication gap between business leaders and their IT teams and provides strategies for enhancing resilience before, during, and after a cyber-attack.

Audience

The course is tailored to senior-level executives who are looking to better understand and manage cyber risk and to build a more cyber-secure and resilient business enterprise.

Topics Covered

  • Risk Dimensions: Risk in the Maritime Transportation System (MTS) Cyber-Physical Ecosystem

  • System Characteristics:  Risk Analysis Perspectives

  • Know the Adversary: Prevailing Cyber Threats and Vulnerabilities

  • Analyze the System Environment: Analysis Techniques and Outcomes

  • Implementing Effective Controls: Design for Cyber Controls

Key Learning Outcomes

  • An enhanced understanding of the role of C-suite personnel and senior-level business executives in achieving enterprise cybersecurity and the application of cybersecurity risk management frameworks.

  • Recognition of business impacts of cybersecurity risks and challenges.

  • Practical knowledge of cybersecurity concepts to enable informed conversations with IT personnel and third-party cybersecurity entities to achieve security goals.

Course participants will receive a Certificate of Participation and 0.8 Continuing Education Units.

Contact

Beth Austin-DeFares, Director of Education

Email: [email protected]
Phone: 201.216.5362