30 April 2019
BIMCO has submitted four papers to the Maritime Safety Committee. The papers discuss how autonomous ships should be tried before they are allowed to operate, and that cyber risk management should be part of the ship’s Safety Management System.
24 November 2020
United States requires all ships, U.S. flagged ships and foreign flagged ships that call on ports in the U.S, to ensure cyber risk management is appropriately addressed in their safety management system by the company's first annual verification of the Document of compliance after January 1, 2021. Failure to this requirement may result in detention of ship in US port.
05 May 2020
13 May 2016
BIMCO's position on "cyber risk management" has been approved by the BIMCO Board of Directors.
06 May 2020
The International Association of Classification Societies (IACS) has publicised a new recommendation on how to build cyber resilient ships. It applies to the use of technical systems that provide important functions on board such as control, alarm, monitor, safety and internal communication.
29 August 2017
BIMCO’s Aron Sørensen and Phil Tinsley delivered a webinar, hosted by the Nautical Institute discussing cyber security in the maritime industry.
14 December 2023
BIMCO's position has been approved by the BIMCO Board of Directors.
10 November 2015
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10 November 2017
06 August 2020
BIMCO and Safety at Sea will be hosting an engaging and informative webinar on 11 August that will include the results of their Maritime Cyber Security survey to inform briefings and discussions among maritime experts.