The Maritime Cyber Emergency Response Team (MCERT)

The Maritime Cyber Emergency Response Team (MCERT), an innovative and collaborative service, is part of the Maritime Cyber Security Centre of Excellence based in Singapore.

The MCERT provides international intelligence feeds, advice and support, including real time assistance to members on Cyber attacks and incidents, and a Cyber Security Reporting Portal (CSRP) for members. The MCERT will help develop the Cyber Security capability of the Maritime sector by increasing awareness and taking effective actions, which prevent as well as address Cyber incidents.

If you would like more information on becoming an MCERT member or joining the MCERT Advisory Board, please contact MCERT via telephone: +44(0)203 542 9075 or email: membership@maritimecert.org

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MCERT Advisory Board

The MCERT Advisory Board comprises of key stakeholders from the Maritime community who wish to support and drive forward the sector agenda. Typically the MCERT Advisory Board will include members of large organisations representing:

  • Shipping - Tankers, Dry Cargo and Containers;
  • Oil and Gas;
  • Ports;
  • Cruise Ships;
  • Certification/Regulatory associations;
What are the benefits?
  • Membership of the MCERT Advisory Board for 3 years - POA;
  • Membership to the preferred supplier framework;
  • Access to high-grade intelligence tailored to the member organisation;
  • Discounted attendance for members on courses run by the Templar Cyber Academy for Maritime;
  • Preferential secondment to the MCERT for staff to be upskilled and support MCERT operations;
MCERT Membership

Annual membership prices (following declaration of Initial Operating Capability):

  • $4000 USD for up to 3 licences
  • $7000 USD for up to 6 licences
  • POA for additional licences
What are the benefits?
  • Timely notification and authoritative information from national and commercial sources specifically for the protection of critical systems and assets;
  • 24-7 access to watch desk;
  • Threat focused conference calls / discussion forums;
  • Expert advice and capability for:
    • Incident response;
    • Corporate response;
    • Crisis management;
  • Access to reporting portal;
  • Access to the supplier framework;

*The MCERT will be operating at Initial Operating Capability (IOC) from the 1st September 2018; from 1st April 2019 the MCERT will be operating at Full Operating Capability (FOC).