The wave analogy of cyber-resilience as applied to shipping operations

Daniel Alberto Sepúlveda Estay, Pablo Guerra

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Abstract

The nature of cyber risks is distinctively different in several dimensions from other risks in shipping and transport. This article explores these differences and describes the results of a research process to categorize published literature about
cyber-risks in supply chain and shipping, through a framework called the Wave Analogy of Resilience. By using this wave analogy, this article describes a way of organizing this categorization, and describes how it can be used to understand
both how a shipping system failure results in a cyber-attack, and how this cyberattack will increasingly affect areas in the shipping system, from operational to strategic, until the attack is stopped.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationCybersecurity and Resilience in the Arctic
PublisherIOS Press
Publication date2020
Pages265-273
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2020
SeriesNATO Science for Peace and Security Series D: Information and Communication Security, 13
Volume58

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