As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect the worldwide economy, reports out of the United Kingdom highlight a significant increase in cybersecurity attacks on maritime industry stakeholders since February 2020. According to The Maritime Executive article “Report: Maritime Cyberattacks Have Quadrupled Since February,” The British Ports Association and a UK-based risk management firm issued a new study addressing the recent uptick in cyber-security attacks and noted that this rise in attacks could be attributable to “new remote-work alternatives” that are being implemented in response to “Stay Home” orders. The article and whitepaper emphasize the importance of maintaining good “cyber hygiene” and recognizing that the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic presents an opportunity for cyber-criminals to exploit vulnerabilities in industry stakeholders’ processes and systems.