iTrust signs MOU with ClassNK7th November, 2022
iTrust SUTD and ClassNK – Nippon Kaiji Kyokai inked a Memorandum of Understanding on 18 Oct 2022 to collaborate in three important maritime cyber security areas: R&D, risk management and training. These activities will be supported by the upcoming MariOT testbed. iTrust looks forward to learning from and working with ClassNK!
iTrust charts a new course in maritime cyber security R&D17th October, 2022
iTrust has been awarded S$4.77M by the Singapore Maritime Institute (SMI) to develop a Maritime Testbed of Shipboard Operational Technology (MariOT) system, in collaboration with the American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) and Singapore Polytechnic’s Centre of Excellence in Maritime Safety (CEMS). The award was presented to SUTD at the SMI Forum on 11 October 2022, with iTrust’s Centre Director Professor Aditya […]
Launch of CSA-iTrust Master of Science in Security by Design Scholarship (CiMS) Programme12th July, 2022
iTrust proud to be selected by Cyber Security Agency of Singapore (CSA) as the anchor research centre to host the CSA-iTrust Master of Science in Security by Design Scholarship (CiMS) Programme. This programme was announced by Mrs Josephine Teo, Minister for Communications and Information and Minister-in-charge of Smart Nation and Cybersecurity, at the Operational Technology Cybersecurity Expert Panel (OTCEP) Forum 2022.
Guidelines for Cyber Risk Management in Shipboard OT Systems22nd February, 2022
After a year-long study, the first edition of the “Guidelines for Cyber Risk Management in Shipboard Operational Technology Systems” is published and available for download here. This work is carried out by iTrust and funded by Singapore Maritime Institute (SMI) under the grant number SMI-2020-MA-04. The team would like to thank the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) for its guidance […]
Guidelines for cyber risk management for shipboard OT systems12th January, 2022
Prof Jianying Zhou and Senior RA Priyanga Rajaram carried out a cyber risk management study in shipboard OT systems, and developed a set of guidelines on amalgamated “best practices” for maritime authorities and shipping lines. The first version of guidelines can be downloaded here.
Young CRITIS Award 202130th September, 2021
At the 16th International Conference on Critical Information Infrastructures Security (CRITIS 2021) in Sep 2021, iTrust Research Associate Siddhant Shrivastava was awarded the first prize for his work on the Super Detector along with the Young CRITIS Award. The Award seeks to promote and support young researchers operating in the Critical Infrastructure Protection framework. Congratulations Siddhant!
CISS2020-OL: Attacking the Secure Water Treatment Testbed13th August, 2020
The JYVSECTEC Red Team participated in CISS2020-OL and shared its experience in its blog here.
CISS2020-OL Award Ceremony11th August, 2020
The CISS2020-OL concluded with the award ceremony on 11 Aug 2020. Prof Aditya Mathur shared some preliminary data and statistics from the 2-week exercise and COL Edward Chen then announced the top three red teams for CISS2020-OL. Congratulations to the winners! Slides presented during the ceremony can be downloaded here.
YouTube link: https://youtu.be/VGn_JzGva8s
iTrust awarded a maritime grant6th August, 2020
iTrust is proud to annouce it has been awarded a funding support by the Singapore Maritime Institute for a one-year project (Sep 2020 to Sep 2021) on “A Cyber Risk Management Study in Shipboard OT Systems.” This project aims for a cyber risk management study in shipboard OT systems, and provide an amalgamated “best practices” for maritime authorities and shipping lines. […]
Best Paper Award2nd May, 2020
A paper entitled “Challenges in Machine Learning based approaches for Real-Time Anomaly Detection in Industrial Control Systems,” co-authored by Dr Chuadhry Mujeeb Ahmed, Dr Gauthama Raman Mani Iyer Ramani and Prof Aditya Mathur received the best paper award at the 6th ACM Cyber-Physical System Security Workshop (CPSS 2020). Congratulations!