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

Olivier Jacq, Pablo Gimenez Salazar, Kamban Parasuraman, Jarkko Kuusijarvi, Andriana Gkaniatsou, Evangelia Latsa, Angelos Amditis
2021 Zenodo  
With over 80% of goods transportation in volume carried by sea, ports are key infrastructures within the logistics value chain. To address the challenges of the globalized and competitive economy, ports are digitizing at a fast pace, evolving into smart ports. Consequently, the cyber-resilience of ports is essential to prevent possible disruptions to the economic supply chain. Over the last few years, there has been a significant increase in the number of disclosed cyber-attacks on ports. In
more » ... s paper, we present the capabilities of a high-end hybrid cyber range for port cyber risks awareness and training. By describing a specific port use-case and the first results achieved, we draw perspectives for the use of cyber ranges for the training of port actors in cyber crisis management.
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5236127 fatcat:uusnycw4ovfuta4zmrtbm7bhy4