DNV suffers cyber-attack on ShipManager software

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DNV has confirmed its ShipManager software was victim to a cyber-attack on 7 January. 

DNV experts have shut down ShipManager’s IT servers in response to the incident.

All users can still use the onboard, offline functionalities of the ShipManager software. ​

At this point in time there are no indications that any other software or data by DNV is affected.​   

DNV experts are working closely with global IT security partners to investigate the incident and to put in place a technical recovery plan that will ensure operations are online as soon as possible.​   

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The ShipManager solution is sold from DNV, and DNV is in dialogue with the Norwegian police about the incident. 

Affected customers have been informed of a 24/7 support hotline. 

This is the second recent cyber-attack affecting the shipping sector after the Port of Lisbon suffered a cyber-attack on Christmas Day.

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