|Company size (employees)||10 to 49|
|Type of solution||Software|
Cydome is founded by a team of maritime and cybersecurity professionals who have joined forces to address the unique challenges of maritime cybersecurity. They have developed a unique and innovative approach to testing and checking for breach detection for the highly specialised and complex maritime environment.
Because of the constantly remote and mobile nature of IT, OT and communication systems on a vessel at sea, the cyber solutions for effective cybersecurity have an extraordinary set of challenges. Cydome’s bespoke, built-in solution offers a truly no-compromise approach to cybersecurity and, unlike other operators which can only secure parts of a vessel, Cydome is the only solution that provides protection for the whole ship – both IT and OT systems. This eliminates the shortcomings of traditional off-the-shelf products designed for land based environments, and protects vessels during their voyage.
How we are different
• Ship-wide protection - This is particularly important, as coverage of part of a vessel or its systems will not fully protect the ship if the attacker can penetrate from another vector. Unlike other operators who can only secure parts of a vessel, Cydome provides protection of the whole ship - none of the solutions provided today by the communications and satellite providers can offer such full-spectrum coverage.
• Cydome invests a large amount of its profits into research and development to ensure its solutions are always up to date and preventing attacks. They recently partnered with Constanta maritime university, to solidify their commitment and to act as a joint hub for all maritime participants to contribute to the cyberthreats database.
• Compliance with regulations – The solution is designed to assist ship owners and operators to effectively validate ongoing compliance with international maritime regulations. The solution provides fleets with cost-effective, automated inspection and analysis tools to conduct cybersecurity gap analysis under the appropriate maritime regulations.