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Affordable, baseline cyber security scheme launched for commercial vessels

Basic cyber security is an essential requirement for all organisations and their supply chains. The Maritime Cyber Baseline scheme is designed to certify the cyber security of all commercial vessels and is accessible to operators and vessels of all sizes from across the world. The scheme operated by IASME, allows the operators and owners of vessels to start their journey towards compliance with the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) Guidelines on Maritime Cyber Risk Management.

Since April 2020, IASME has been the UK government's Cyber Essentials Partner with the sole responsibility for delivery of their minimum baseline scheme. Since then, the scheme has grown more than 60%, with more than 22,000 companies certifying in the last 12 months.

IASME offers five cyber security and counter fraud certification schemes for organisations, marine vessels and IoT devices, and has made a considerable impact to the security of the UK. New developments over the last couple of years include The Cyber Essentials Readiness Tool , The IoT Security Assured scheme , The Counter Fraud Fundamentals scheme and The Maritime Cyber Baseline scheme. All of the company’s schemes are backed up with clear, yet comprehensive guidance to help business owners understand and implement vital security controls.

The company’s stated aim is to break down barriers and cut through technical jargon so organisations can empower themselves through understanding, risk ownership and by embedding an effective security culture from the top down

Using its network of Certification Bodies, IASME has helped grow the cyber security industry and expertise across the UK and Crown Dependencies. The team of over 290 specially trained cyber security companies are licensed by IASME to certify against the different schemes and offer help and support in preparation for the assessment.

Exhibitor; IASME
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