Iisa 2013 2013
DOI: 10.1109/iisa.2013.6623698
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Abstract: Port Information and Communication Technology (PICT) systems offer a series of critical services rendering their effective security management an issue of vital importance. Existing regulation, standardization, and risk management methodologies do not adequately address the cyber threats the dependent environment of PICT systems is exposed to. In the SPort project, we identified and addressed these needs by proposing a collaborative environment offering customized security management services targeted at the u… Show more

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“…The already completed project S-PORT 1 took a first step towards a collaborative system for risk assessment and security management for maritime environments. However, the S-PORT methodology [26] focused on the internal security processes of a port, ignoring dimensions relating to the supply chain and the business partners therein. The main idea of the S-PORT project has been extended in the project CYSM 2 , which implemented risk management methodology that relies on collaborative modeling and group decision making techniques using the collective knowledge of all users [25].…”
Section: Research Projectsmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…The already completed project S-PORT 1 took a first step towards a collaborative system for risk assessment and security management for maritime environments. However, the S-PORT methodology [26] focused on the internal security processes of a port, ignoring dimensions relating to the supply chain and the business partners therein. The main idea of the S-PORT project has been extended in the project CYSM 2 , which implemented risk management methodology that relies on collaborative modeling and group decision making techniques using the collective knowledge of all users [25].…”
Section: Research Projectsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…After all, a general awareness for the need of cyber security and cyber risk management has established in the course of these events. Nevertheless, state-of-the-art security frameworks for maritime environments (like [13] or [14]) pay limited attention to cyber-security and do not adequately address security and risk management processes for international maritime supply chains [26].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…For this reason, the last few years have seen an increase in the number of tools, predictive modeling and machine learning techniques applied to risk analysis 47,48 and cyber risk management [49][50][51] with the aim of predicting risk and contrasting cyber crimes. 52 An idea to improve the quality of prediction is to use a collaborative approach [53][54][55][56][57] with a Trusted Server where users store their security assessment information in order for it to be used to calculate the prediction.…”
Section: Problem Descriptionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Existing security standards, best practices, maritime regulation, and risk assessment methodologies and tools fail to adequately address the specific needs of port authorities [11], [12]. Researchers in the S-Port project developed a prototype software platform consisting of a collaborative environment to host security management services and guide commercial ports to monitor and self-manage their port ICT security [13]. Safety standards and regulations were identified (specifically in ISO 27001 and ISPS Code), and then actions were taken to address some specific security management needs of port ICT systems.…”
Section: Related Workmentioning
confidence: 99%