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Cyber preparedness actions for a holistic approach and awareness raising in the MARitime logistics supply chain

Deliverables

Sustainability Plan

It will include the sustainability model ensuring the sustainability of CyberMAR

Cyber-MAR Demonstration and Experimentation Programme

Programme of the demonstrations with a descriptive report including all pilot locations

Final Report on Communication and Dissemination activities

This deliverable will include the results of the activities performed in T71 T72 T73 as well as information and statistics about the CyberMAR events and Conference at M36

Site Surveys & Scenario Planning

This report will include specifics of WP5 deployments

Identification of new Awareness methods, and Qualification tracks in cyber-preparedness

Based on experience collected by training interactions and the use of CyberMAR platform to a wide audience this report will provide some key recommendations on how to include Cyberranges and what a new qualification procedure could be for an effective resilient cybersecurity strategy at European level

Intermediate report on training packages and activities

It includes all relevant information on training packages and activities realised throughout the first 18 months of the project

Conclusion report of Cyber-MAR scientific contributions

This deliverable will summarize scientific papers and outcomes of CyberMAR and outline them in a larger context working as a basis for larger multidisciplinary papers and future projects It is the result of T73

Communication Strategy and Plan

This will be the main output of T7.1 and it will include the communication, dissemination and liaison plan to be followed within the project. It is the outcome of T7.1.

Guidelines for Cybersecurity Training Programme across EU (Intermediate)

It will provide a first list of recommendation on Cybersecurity Training across EU based on the first findings throughout the implementation of Cyber-MAR.

Intermediate Reports on Communication and Dissemination activities

This deliverable will include the results of the activities performed in T71 T72 T73 as well as information and statistics about the CyberMAR events and Conference at M18

State of the art Cyber-range technologies analysis

This report will document current technologies in Cyber-ranges with either a sector-specific approach or a SCADA-centric approach.

Training Programme Evaluation and Knowledge capitalisation

Report on the performance of CyberMAR and the lessons learned M34 MS9 Intermediate Integration Kit

Evaluation Protocol and KPIs

This report will set the basis for technical operational and organisational evaluation of CyberMAR concept and tools within WP5

Final Report of Incremental Integration (incorp. All stages)

It will report on the final integration of the entire system in a fully functional set up

Econometric model report

This deliverable will present the econometric models developed within CyberMAR following a holistic valuechain approach

Cyber-MAR Networking and Cross fertilisation activities

This report will include planning for liaison and cross fertilisation activities as well as information about the stakeholder community outreach It is connected to T74

Guidelines for Cybersecurity Training Programme across EU (Final)

It will provide a first list of recommendation on Cybersecurity Training across EU based on the first findings throughout the implementation of CyberMAR

Report on training activities implemented throughout Cyber-MAR implementation

It includes all relevant information on training sessions physical and virtual realised throughout the project implementation Furthermore it will include an exhaustive list of projects and initiatives in the fields of cybersecurity preparedness with a full documentation of possible joint events implemented throughout the projects lifetime

Cyber-MAR Communication tools

This deliverable will present the project brand identity and material the brochure posters e newsletters video website and social media accounts The initial version will be issued on M3 first version of brochure and poster the second on M18 It is connected to T72 and a part of T71 brand identityA descriptive report will be submitted in parallel

Publications

The Cyber Threat Preparedness in the Maritime Logistics Industry

Author(s): Pyykkö, Harri; Kuusijärvi, Jarkko; Bilhanan Silverajan; Hinkka, Ville
Published in: 2020
Publisher: 8th Transport Research Arena TRA 2020
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.3890070

Cyber-security training platform on realistic maritime logistics scenarios

Author(s): Monica Canepa; Fabio Ballini; Amditis Angelos; Baroutas George; Sdongos Evangelos; Dimitrios Dalaklis; Vasiliki Palla; Elena Krikigianni; Evangelia Latsa; Seyedvahid Vakili
Published in: 2020
Publisher: IAME conference 2020
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.3935353

Design and proof of concept of a prediction engine for decision support during cyber range attack simulations in the maritime domain

Author(s): Markos Antonopoulos; Giorgos Drainakis; Eletherios Ouzounoglou; Giorgos Papavassiliou; Angelos Amditis
Published in: 2022
Publisher: 2022 IEEE CSR Workshop on Cyber Ranges and Security Training (CRST) ((CRST)),
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.6948280

Building a Virtual Maritime Logistics Cybersecurity Training Platform

Author(s): Harri Pyykkö; Jarkko Kuusijärvi; Sami Noponen; Sirra Toivonen; Ville Hinkka
Published in: 2020
Publisher: Hamburg International Conference of Logistics 2020
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.4120423

Effectiveness of cybersecurity training and awareness raising within the maritime logistics domain

Author(s): Monica Canepa; Fabio Ballini; Dimitrios Dalaklis; Seyedvahid Vakili; Luis Miguel Colmenares Hernandez
Published in: 2020
Publisher: DEVPORT International Conference 2020
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.4120562

The Cyber-MAR Project: First Results and Perspectives on the Use of Hybrid Cyber Ranges for Port Cyber Risk Assessment

Author(s): Rory Hopcraft; Kimberly Tam; Kemedi Moara-Nkwe; Kevin Jones
Published in: 2021
Publisher: European Workshop on Maritime Systems Resilience and Security Conference (MARESEC 2021)
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.5499770

The use of cyber ranges in the maritime context: Assessing maritimecyber risks, raising awareness, and providing training

Author(s): Kimberly Tam; Kemedi Moara-Nkwe; Kevin D Jones
Published in: Maritime Technology and Research (MTR), 2020, ISSN 2651-205X
Publisher: Maritime Technology and Research (MTR)
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.4120233

Developing Maritime Digital Competencies

Author(s): Rory Hopcraft
Published in: IEEE Communications Standards Magazine, 2021, ISSN 2471-2825
Publisher: IEEE Communications Standards Magazine
DOI: 10.1109/mcomstd.101.2000073

Developing a maritime cyber safety culture: Improving safety of operations

Author(s): Rory Hopcraft; Kimberly Tam; Juan Dorje Palbar Misas; Kemedi Moara-Nkwe; Kevin Jones
Published in: Maritime Technology and Research, 2023, ISSN 2651-205X
Publisher: Maritime Technology and Research
DOI: 10.33175/mtr.2023.258750

Case Study of a Cyber-Physical Attack Affecting Port and Ship Operational Safety

Author(s): Kimberly Tam; Rory Hopcraft; Kemedi Moara-Nkwe; Juan Palbar Misas; Wesley Andrews; Avanthika Vineetha Harish; Pablo Giménez; Tom Crichton; Kevin Jones
Published in: Journal of Transportation Technologies, 2022, ISSN 2160-0473
Publisher: Journal of Transportation Technologies
DOI: 10.4236/jtts.2022.121001

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