Calling all CSOs, PFSOs, Cyber and Security responsible employees.
CSO Alliance ran their 48th workshop in Glasgow on Tuesday 21 May (comments and more here) and will be at Avonmouth – The Bristol Port Company – on Thurs. 13th June
Get the latest insights on the continuously evolving criminal threats to our industry. Debate your concerns and issues and promote information sharing around your community.
£300 million lost by a maritime company from a single, random cyber attack
“There are more organised criminals in existence than soldiers in the Army” (according to NCA Director)
Current tensions with Iran focused around oil & gas shipping
Prevailing maritime terrorism threat in Southern Red Sea and SE Asia
Ongoing maritime piracy in several parts of the world
Maritime migration and stowaways presenting potential security risks
What does CSO Alliance offer?
Online communities of maritime security professionals
Secure online maritime crime reporting and collaboration portal
Employee expertise from Government, military and industry sectors
Providing awareness of current maritime security issues
Advice on effective security risk management
Maritime Crime Threats and Risk Management – Bruce Roberts, CSO Alliance Ltd (former Govt. Security Adviser)
Cyber Threats and the Airbus Cyber Security Perspective – Louisa Adams, Airbus Cyber Security
Radio Frequency Criminality (Insights into spoofing and jamming) David Sanderson MSC, NPCC Radio Frequency Crime Lead
Collaboration within the Maritime Security Community – Mark Sutcliffe, CSO Alliance Ltd
CSO Alliance has consolidated the day into one workshop so please join us for the morning workshop 9am to 12pm, followed by a networking lunch.
For more information visit their website or simply click this link to register to attend the free workshop.
About CSO Alliance and Airbus Cyber
To date CSO Alliance Ltd has event managed 48 workshops around the world, bringing together key stakeholders such as CSOs, Port PSOs, PFSOs, and CISO, to foster collaboration and encourage incident reporting throughout the maritime security community. Through ‘community through security’ we can be your one stop shop for your maritime security needs, sharing best practice and delivering timely, relevant threat information and subject matter expertise all from a secure, advanced online platform, weekly online publications as well as via our workshops. We relaunch this summer with a new enhanced platform, which will host our current CSO Alliance, Maritime Cyber Alliance as well as the new PFSO Alliance.
Airbus CyberSecurity protects governments, military, organisations, and critical national infrastructure from cyber threats, this experience they are sharing with the maritime sector.
We thank our global workshop series supporters Chenega, GAC, Navarino and Pole Star.
For further information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Mark Sutcliffe MICS, Managing Director, CSO Alliance
T: +44 (0) 1296 325700 , M: +44 (0) 7920112752, W: csoalliance.com
The next Health and Safety Peer to Peer Group will be hosted by The Bristol Port Company at St. Andrew’s House, Avonmouth. Date: Thur. 13th July at 09:30.
If you’re working in Health and Safety across the area, or have someone within your organisation who is, this is a chance to get together and share knowledge with your peers.
Please email email@example.com to join us on July 13th.
We’d like to thank Nick Phillips, for hosting the April Forum which included a tour of CHEP’s operation and their health and safety practices. This was very informative.