2nd ENISA Maritime Cybersecurity Conference

ENISA is organising the 2nd Conference on Maritime Cybersecurity, which will be co-hosted by the European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA), on the 14th of October.

2nd ENISA Maritime Cybersecurity Conference
Oct 14, 2022 from 09:00 AM to 05:00 PM
Cais do Sodré, 1249-206 Lisboa, Portugal

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The ENISA Maritime Cybersecurity Conference will be a full-day event and will take place at EMSA's Headquarters in Lisbon, Portugal. The Conference will include presentations and discussions around the topic of cybersecurity in the maritime sector and is intended to bring again the maritime cybersecurity community together,  further promote the dialogue between stakeholders across the sector and provide an opportunity to share good practices.

Particular focus will be given on a number of topics:

  • The policy and regulatory context for cybersecurity in the maritime sector
  • The dynamics of the cyber threat landscape in maritime, particularly looking into what future challenges the digital evolution of the sector may bring
  • Good practices for cybersecurity for the maritime sector with a focus on the development of cybersecurity programmes, information sharing and securing the supply chain

Target Audience

  • CISOs/CIOs/Information Security experts from across the maritime sector
  • National competent authorities responsible for maritime security and cybersecurity
  • Policy makers
  • Standardisation bodies
  • Manufacturers and vendors
  • Academia


Registration is now closed.


The Conference draft agenda is available here.


Svetlana Schuster, DG CONNECT, EU cybersecurity policy developments: NIS2 and CRA
Edward Banks, DG MOVE, EU legislative and policy framework for maritime security
Elserike Looije, Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management, the Netherlands, Implementation of the NIS Directive in the Dutch maritime sector
Sylvie Andraud, ANSSI, France, Implementation of the NIS Directive in the French maritime sector
Vasco Vaz, Centro Nacional de Cibersegurança, Portugal, Cybersecurity policy initiatives in the Portuguese maritime sector
Ricardo De Sousa Figueiredo, ENISA, ENISA’s Transport Threat Landscape
Santiago Encabo, Luca Gargano, EMSA, Autonomous shipping and the emerging threat landscape
Mark de Pater, EM-ISAC, Port of Rotterdam, The threat landscape from the critical infrastructure operator perspective
Chronis Kapalidis, EMSA, Enhancing maritime supply chain cybersecurity: EMSA’s perspective
Flavio Marangi, Balance Srl, Practical approach to the Supply Chain Security Management
Panagiotis Anastasiou, IACS, Maritime Cybersecurity: The Role of IACS

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