Uscg: Cyber Security Continues To Be A Key Focus Area – Safety4Sea – Safety4Sea

USCG: Cyber security continues to be a key focus area – SAFETY4SEA – Safety4Sea

The Area Maritime Security Committee (AMSC) published a report showing that AMSCs face significant challenges with a constantly changing threat landscape across physical and cyber domains.
Challenges
#1 Impacts of COVID-19
#2 Cybersecurity and the MTS
#3 Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) access to the MTS
Suggestions
The AMSC reports identified many helpful and practical suggestions highlighted below.
#1 Cybersecurity/Cyber Risk Management
#2 Homeport 2.0
#3 UAS
#4 Active Shooter (AS)/Active Threat (AT) Incidents
#5 Restructure the PSGP
The current structure of the PSGP has the project investment justifications (IJs) from MTSA-regulated entities (potential terrorist targets), competing against IJs from emergency response agencies who would try to aid them following a Transportation Security Incident.
EXPLORE MORE AT AMSC’S REPORT
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Did you know which port has the largest Detention Rate in Paris MoU for General Cargo in 2020? Antwerpen, Belgium, had a Detention Rate of 15% on General Cargo in 61 inspections.
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