Ship Management

Ensuring that their networks are fast and secure, and preventing intrusion attempts is a business critical requirement for companies in the ship management industry. The shipping industry is bound by strict regulations with which they need to comply.

In addition, shipping companies rely on critical business processes e.g. being able to track their cargo/ships and communicate with their crews at any time, which places business continuity and data integrity at the top of their security requirements.

Odyssey has been working with several leading organizations in the industry since its inception and has a tacit knowledge of the challenges and needs of organizations in this highly dynamic industry.  As such, we have developed a number of solutions, which successfully address them.
 

Solutions for the Ship Management industry

Firewalls

Once a corporate workstation and/or server, either virtual and/or physical is connected to the network, whether this network is directly connected to the Internet or not, it is susceptible to threats and attacks by unauthorized users.more...

Email Security and Encryption

As a critical means of business communication, email offers the ability to instantly share information both within the organization as well as outside.more...

Secure Remote Access

To stay competitive, organizations provide their employees, partners, and vendors with around the clock remote access, to corporate sensitive information and resources, from a diverse range of mobile devices (such as tablets and smart phones) and diverse locations.more...

Network Access Control

There is a growing demand from modern organizations to provide users with access to network resources on a variety of endpoints, including managed and personal mobile devices.  At the same time, organizations are phased with increasing security risks emanating from new malware and targeted threats,more...

Unified Communications Solutions

Financial pressures as well as the growing complexity of organizational communication needs, both exert unprecedented pressure on internal network management teams to enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of their infrastructures and related on-going management costs.more...

Fax over IP

Irrespective of the great advances in business communication, exchanging information through fax remains vital!more...

Call Recording Solution

Voice over IP (VoIP) is changing the way companies communicate and do business.more...

WAN Acceleration/ Optimization

Organizations are driven to invest resources in getting more out of their existing Wide Area Networks (WAN) predominantly due to the need to accelerate key business processes and applications, drive business productivity, enable collaboration and mitigate risk.more...

Secure Network Infrastructure

When organizations are growing through acquisitions or are expanding geographically, there is an inherent business need, and demand on network administrators, to maintain the Performance, Reliability and Security of the network.more...

Network Management Solution

Network management is a challenging job, especially when it comes to large and possibly complex networks running on a 24/7/365 basis.more...

WAN/ISP Optimization and Failover Solutions

Optimizing organizations’ online presence is crucial for long term business success. Wide Area Network (WAN) and Internet Service Provider (ISP) link failover, as well as traffic management, have grown from “nice-to-have” to “must-have” features, and businesses of all sizes use them on a daily basis.more...

Incident Response & Digital Forensics

The increasing volume and complex nature of electronic threats presents a constant challenge to organizations’ capability to identify and understand when they are the subject to a threat or attack.  But even when they are able to identify such incidents, determining the most effective and appropriate course of action, is not always clear.more...

Vulnerability Assessment

The main difference between an Ethical Hacking exercise and a Vulnerability Assessment, is that while the first relates to the simulation of an attack from the outside, the second relates to an attack that may be perpetrated on the internal side of the organizational network e.g. a disgruntled employee, or an external attacker who has gained access into the network. more...