Christian Damsgaard Jensen
Christian Damsgaard Jensen is an associate professor and Head of the Cyber Security Section at the Department of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science at the Technical University of Denmark. He holds a Ph.D. from Université Joseph Fourier – Grenoble I (France), an MSc. from the University of Copenhagen (Denmark), an eMBA from the Technical University of Denmark and an M.A. (jure officii) from Trinity College Dublin (Ireland). He is currently investigating the development of models, policies and mechanisms for security in open dynamic distributed systems, such as pervasive computing, ambient intelligence, crowd sourcing and the Internet of Things (IoT), which respect the security and privacy of the individual users of the systems. He is actively pursuing research in the areas of authentication models and mechanisms for ambient intelligence systems and context aware access control models and mechanisms.
In a world of global trade, many products are transported between different continents in ships. This means that sea transport forms an important link of the logistics chain for most physical product. The navigation and control of moderns hips rely increasingly on digital systems, and autonomous vessels are being tested in several areas, but ships are rarely considered part of the critical cyber infrastructure. This talk examines the cyber security of marine based installations, in particular ships. The presentation will present an overview of the attack surface of modern ships, identify different attack vectors and discuss different mitigation techniques.