b'HOW PVA BENEFITS YOUTo help operators mitigate and manage this cybersecurity risk these agencies highlighted some addi-tional in-depth guidance that their experts have recently updated. The following are tools to assist with strengthening cybersecurity protection at your operation:Cyber Essentials: Building a Culture of Cyber Readiness - Produced by theCybersecurityEASY MANEUVERABILITYand Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) Give your passengers a smooth ride with reliable John Deere PowerTech propulsion and generator https://www.cisa.gov/cyber- drive engines. With high torque and low-rated essentials rpm, they deliver excellent vessel control and quiet operation. For easy navigation on the water 60 to 559 kW (80 to 750 hp)Top Ten Cybersecurity MitigationNothing Runs Like A Deere.Strategies - Produced by the National Security Administrationh t t p s : / / w w w. n s a . g o v / JohnDeere.com/MarinePortals/70/documents/what-we-do/cybersecurity/professional-resources/csi-nsas-top10-cybersecurity-mitigation-strategies.pdf?v=1PVAs Alternate Security ProgramCyber Assessment ResourcesPVAs Alternative Security Program (ASP) also contains guidance for evaluating your companys cybersecurity vulner-abilities and helping you create countermeasures to address them. Just like the assessments provided for physical security measures, the ASP also provides similar work-sheets for cyber risk, as well. These cyber elements are an option part of the ASP and were added in the 2017 revision. As you know, PVAs ASP is approved by the U.S. Coast Guard, and meets the requirements of ap-plicable maritime transportation security laws and their implement-ing regulations. It is fl exible enough for any size company to use and is tailored for the needs of operators of passenger vessels and their facilities. Feel free to contact PVA staff for additional information. PVA is working for you.nJANUARY/FEBRUARY 2020 FOGHORN 41'