Stamford, Conn. – Sept. 11, 2017 – HudsonAnalytix will present at a pre-conference seminar Monday, Oct. 9th at 4:00 pm at the Stamford Marriot Hotel & Spa. Presenting will be Michael Edgerton, Vice President of HudsonTrident and a maritime security and cyber security expert, who will be sharing his insights and considerable knowledge regarding cyber security and shipping. Edgerton will discuss the unique threats and risks posed by cyber events on ships and shipping lines, and will discuss key areas of vulnerability. He will also discuss international and governmental initiatives and provide recommendations for shipping executives on how to develop and build a cyber security program that is complementary to other programs and provides enterprise security while also ensuring the efficiency of commercial operations. The seminar will be followed by a reception hosted by SHIPPINGInsight.
Stated Edgerton: “Achieving meaningful cyber security requires a truly enterprise approach – one that involves leadership engagement to drive a paradigm change across the organization.”
Edgerton is a retired military officer with service in both the U.S. Navy and Coast Guard and has been in the commercial sector for the last 13 years serving as a maritime security consultant internationally. He has worked in over 40 countries and is the author of a book on maritime security published by Wiley and Sons. Edgerton is responsible for HudsonAnalytix’ security practice area which includes physical, operational and cyber security. He is a Fellow of the Security Institute (U.K.) as well as a Fellow of the Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce.
The pre-conference seminar is part of SHIPPINGInsight’s annual conference focusing on fleet optimization featuring speakers and exhibitors who present practical technology solutions to operate ships and fleets more efficiently. Over 40 shipowners and 200 additional delegates are expected to attend this two and a half-day event in Stamford running from October 10-12th culminating in a shipowner’s roundtable.
There is no cost to attend the HudsonAnalytix seminar, but registration is required as seating is limited. To register, please go to email@example.com. To learn more about attending the SHIPPINGInsight Fleet Optimization Conference, please go to www.shippinginsight.com.
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Headquartered in Camden, New Jersey, HudsonAnalytix-Cyber (HA-Cyber) is a division of HudsonTrident and provides leading global risk management services supporting government and commercial companies in understanding, managing and mitigating in their enterprise cyber risk.
From assessments and training solutions, to the design and implementation of practical, sustainable cyber risk management solutions and technologies, they support clients spanning the global maritime transportation industry, which includes ports, vessel owner/operators, oil/gas companies (both national and commercial), flag states, insurance companies, and national and regional government bodies. Building on 30 years of global maritime risk management expertise, HA-Cyber resides at the forefront of managing cyber risk for our maritime clients by identifying and implementing innovative approaches and relevant technologies that deliver tangible, cost-effective and sustainable results.
HA-Cyber principals leverage deep domain expertise in enterprise cyber security and cyber risk management advisory, organizational development, national security, training, strategic communications, claims management and policy guidance. Moreover, their subject matter experts have been at the forefront of developing, implementing and managing enterprise-level security strategies, investment planning, workflow process design, business transformation, and maritime-based cyber risk management solutions across a wide variety of critical infrastructures.
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