Providing the world's ports and ships with services that make their deeply interdependent critical systems safer, more efficient, and more profitable.
There are over 50,000 ships sailing the world’s oceans. With the proliferation of shipboard automation, critical mission and safety systems that were once air-gapped are now linked. Additionally, these systems are often connected in undocumented ways to the Internet. Despite this complexity, shipboard environments do not have basic monitoring appliances to deploy threat detection algorithms and the interdependence of systems means perimeter based approaches will fail.
That is why Maritime Defense Strategy, LLC has teamed up with Ephesians Security to provide the world’s ports and ships with secure hardware, analytics, and services that make their deeply interdependent critical systems safer, more efficient, and more profitable. With this new partnership, Maritime Defense Strategy, LLC will be able to continue with our clients required maritime security obligations, not only to physical security but also with a new renewed focus on maritime cybersecurity.
For more information on how Maritime Defense Strategy LLC and Ephesians Security can help you with your Physical Security and Cybersecurity needs call us today.
Providing the world with services that make deeply interdependent critical systems safer, more efficient, and more profitable.
Ephesians Security provides services in cyber hygiene and vulnerability assessment. The company can provide
collective training events, assistance in incident response, security operations center (SOC) protocol and services, network defense solutions, forensic analysis assistance, help with reporting/mitigation solutions, and governance, risk mitigation, and compliance (GRC) strategies.
The company’s partners and network help conduct defensive operations, actively monitor for internal network threats, conduct incident response activities to mitigate active threats, effectively utilize and leverage intelligence, counterintelligence, law enforcement, and military capabilities within each perspective authority, conduct information management, identify gaps and shortfalls in defensive cyber operations