Cydome, the award-winning provider of ship-wide cybersecurity, is announcing that it has been certified by the IACS Classification Society, RINA (Royal Institution of Naval Architects), for its advanced cybersecurity suite covering IT, OT, communication cybersecurity and networks onboard ships as well as its compliance management tool.
The evaluation conducted by RINA has assured that Cydome’s suite of tools, which offer cybersecurity for systems and networks onboard ships, complies with the marine regulatory framework of the Class Society and is suitable to be used in the marine environment.
Cydome’s solution offers advanced cybersecurity capabilities designed to fend off maritime cybercrime through the monitoring, detecting, and rectifying of cyber threats. To achieve this compliance certificate, the system was tasked with demonstrating its real-time capabilities by performing network security coverage, vulnerability assessment, compliance assessment, and assets management while also proving conformance with current IMO guidelines, Industry Standards, and RINA Rules of Marine security.
The solution also carries a number of other certifications, including ISO certifications for Cybersecurity (27001) and Cloud Security (27017), Certified Inmarsat Application, and QG+ quality management certification, as well as others. Cydome is also a Certification Body for the “Maritime Cyber Baseline,” a scheme supported by the Royal Institute of Naval Architects to enable a path to compliance with IMO Maritime Cyber Risk Management guidelines.
Nir Ayalon, Cydome’s CEO mentioned: “This certification is further validation of Cydome’s effort to continually offer the highest safety standards possible in order to protect ships and assist ship owners and operators in creating a safe operational environment for shipping.”