NAPA CEO Mikko Kuosa called on all shipping stakeholders to join NAPA in taking concrete and proactive steps together to build cyber resilience across the industry. As the number of cyberattacks and incidents increases, Kuosa urged shipping companies to ensure that their data, critical to their safety and operations, is protected by robust security systems.
This week, the software company also announced that it had received ISO 27001:2013 certification for information security management, validating the company’s adherence to international best practices in information management and security. data.
ISO 27001:2013 is an international standard that defines the requirements for a comprehensive information security management system, enabling organizations to protect the confidentiality, integrity and availability of data. The certification, issued by the classification society Bureau Veritas (BV), covers all of NAPA’s activities, products, services and sites. It confirms that robust data security systems are built into NAPA’s processes and product development to protect the information entrusted by its customers against security risks, such as data leaks, hacks or cyberattacks.
“The data-driven insights enabled by greater onboard connectivity has enabled a giant leap forward in safety, emergency response and trip optimization – and there is no going back. The benefits of connectivity are enormous, and with increased digitalization in the maritime sector also comes the significant responsibility of putting in place the right safeguards to maintain a cybersecurity system at sea. needs assurances that its critical data is in safe hands and must demand the highest standards from its partners.That’s why at NAPA we are committed to implementing robust security procedures to protect sensitive data that entrusted to us, as we help shipping companies navigate more safely and sustainably,” said NAPA CEO Mikko Kuosa.