HudsonAnalytix walked away with the prestigious Lloyd’s List 2017 Intelligence Digital Innovation Award for its CyberLogix sytem at the annual Lloyd’s List Americas Awards Dinner held in New York. They competed against a field of 6 finalists representing global providers of digital technology.
The HudsonAnalytix CyberLogix platform delivers the broad cyber expertise of HudsonAnalytix maritime and cyber security experts to CyberLogix users through an intuitive electronic interface that reduces cost and increases speed and organizational transparency. Powered by NTELX’s iDMX technology, it allows HACyberLogix customers to use qualitative and quantitative insights to drive best practices in maritime cyber security.
Max Bobys who has led the initiative for HudsonAnalytix stated, “From the beginning our goal has been to leverage the latest technology to deliver high value-add knowledge, expertise and guidance across the global maritime industry. Moreover, we wanted to accomplish this at a price point that would be both manageable and sustainable. We knew the insights we could share with our customers would be enormously useful to them. iDMX gave us a way of doing that through a technology that our customers could rapidly deploy.” He adds, “As a result, HACyberLogix’s interactive functionality makes our customized guidance specific to each customer’s unique situation and helps them focus on key practices to increase their cyber resiliency.”
Rob Quartel, NTELX CEO, said: “We’re every bit as thrilled as HudsonAnalytix at this award. With NTELX's iDMX service transformation software and the HudsonAnalytix team's deep expertise in cyber security – we’ve partnered to create a game-changing software-based service offering that we think can really drive best practices across the maritime industry.”
HudsonAnalytix built CyberLogix as a maritime enterprise cyber security self-assessment system which provides the ability to establish present baseline, benchmark, trend analysis and support to begin its cyber security maturity process. It is designed as a continuous improvement process across all areas of the business, and is aligned with every relevant guideline for cyber security (e.g. NIST and ISO). It also provides clear evidence to business partners, Boards of Directors, shareholders, financial and insurance interests that a consistent program is in force, and delivers immediate insights for cyber security investment decision-making.
Reflected HudsonAnalytix CEO Cynthia Hudson: “I am so proud our team has developed the approach that enables shipowners and ports to meet the difficult cyber security challenge facing them today. Our team works tirelessly to mitigate cyber risk for our clients, and support them in their cyber security maturity. As seen in the daily news, the risks grow daily, and become more sophisticated. We need to match and exceed that sophistication to protect maritime enterprises.”
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