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Cybersecurity for our maritime partners

Hyundai Merchant Marine (HMM)


Malware incident that disrupted global email communication platforms


Norsk Hydro


LockerGoga ransomeware brought down Norsk Hydro’s entire worldwide network, affecting their production and office operations. The estimation of damages was around $71 million.



The largest container ship and supply vessel operator with offices across 130 countries. Over 80,000 employees went dark after being hit with NotPetya.

China Ocean Shipping Company (COSCO)


the China Ocean Shipping Company (COSCO) became a victim of the SamSam ransomware that caused a failure across COSCO’s networks in eight countries. 

Maritime Cybersecurity

The maritime industry is becoming more reliant on onboard and onshore systems to complete operations, and cyber-attacks are a growing risk. Maritime cybersecurity is important because it can help prevent attacks.

A cyber-attack can have a devastating impact on the maritime industry, so it is important to understand how to prevent them. There are many different types of cyber-attacks that can affect the maritime industry, and each type has its own prevention methods. Cybersecurity should be a top priority for maritime organizations, and B3Cyber can assist in making that a reality. 

$110 Billion

The cost for over 15 Asian ports that were hit with cybersecurity attacks in 2020

14 seconds

Average time a new company falls victim to a cyber attack

$6 Trillion

Estimate of the cost for cybersecurity attacks in 2022

$150 Million

Average cost of a data breach for a large organization

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