Last Friday, the nonprofit Maritime Transportation System Information Sharing and Analysis Center (MTS-ISAC) released its 2022 Annual Report. The MTS-ISAC, whose stakeholders’ operations span 6 continents and over 160 countries, focuses on maritime cyber threat information sharing to help provide early warning of the cyber-attacks taking place against the maritime community. The report highlights the incredible progress its community of stakeholders made to improve cyber risk management across the maritime transportation system (MTS) community, including key milestones and results achieved during its third year of operations. The MTS-ISAC’s stakeholders are excited about the MTS-ISAC’s nonprofit mission and how it executed on that mission throughout 2022. Larry Medrano, the Cybersecurity Manager for the Port of Corpus Christi stated “We leverage our partnership with the MTS-ISAC to understand change in the attack surface, assess new cyber risks, and continually advance our information security management systems to align to the shift in the cyber threat landscape. Through this partnership, we remain vigilant on new tactics, techniques, and procedures by cyber threat actors and ensure our cyber program remains malleable to the threats of tomorrow.”
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