Maritime Computer Emergency Response Team ADMIRAL dataset ADMIRAL dataset

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Index Number:
Title:
2022_070
An offshore platform and ship builder detects an intrusion into its IT systems. Personal data leak.
Day Month Year Country Activity Incident Type
31 August 2022 Singapore Shipyard Intrusion

Summary

An offshore platform and ship builder detects an intrusion into its IT systems. Personal data leak.

Victim

Semb Marine

Claimed/Reported Threat Actor

N/A

Origin

Undisclosed

Main impact

Undisclosed

References

Recommendations to Shipyard to reduce Intrusion risks:

  • Implement strong access controls and authentication mechanisms to limit unauthorized access, such as Multi Factor Authentication.
  • Regularly update and patch software and systems to address known vulnerabilities.
  • Use Network Intrusion Detection Systems (NIDS) to monitor and block suspicious activities.
  • Segment your network to limit lateral movement by attackers in case of a breach.
  • Educate your employees about phishing attacks and social engineering tactics to prevent credential theft.
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