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Founded Year



Grant | Alive

Total Raised


Last Raised

$2.03M | 10 yrs ago

About DNV

DNV provides services in the field of risk management, advances in safety, and sustainable performance. It specializes in ship classification, risk management, and technical advisory services, certification and verification, oil and gas, technology, maritime, energy, software solutions, and sustainability. The company was founded in 1864 and is based in Oslo, Norway.

Headquarters Location

Veritasveien 1

Oslo, 1322,


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DNV Patents

DNV has filed 5 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Industrial gases
  • Arc welding
  • Chemical processes
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Application Date

Grant Date


Related Topics




Welding, Arc welding, Industrial gases, Mechanical engineering, Metalworking


Application Date


Grant Date



Related Topics

Welding, Arc welding, Industrial gases, Mechanical engineering, Metalworking



Latest DNV News

Cyber-attack on DNV impacts 6,000+ vessels using ShipManager software

Jan 10, 2023

10/01/2023 Classification society DNV is remaining tight-lipped about a cyber-attack that hit its ShipManager software on Saturday, putting more than 6,000 vessels and their 300 owners in the firing line of cyber-risk. DNV said there are some 6,200 ships equipped with DNV software that connects them with cloud- and shore-based performance monitoring. The software’s offline functionalities were still available onboard vessels, suggesting the group has cut them off from live functions as a preventative measure. “At this point, there are no indications that any other software or data by DNV is affected,” the society said. It added: “DNV experts are working closely with global IT security partners to investigate the incident and to put in place a technical recovery plan to ensure operations are online as soon as possible.​ “The ShipManager solution is sold from DNV AS, and DNV is in dialogue with the Norwegian police about the incident. Affected customers have been informed of a 24/7 support hotline. “We apologise for the disruption and inconvenience this incident may have caused,” said the company, which, ironically, also sells a range of cybersecurity software. The classification society has yet to respond to The Loadstar enquiries as to the type of attack and how many of its customers may potentially be affected. However, very few companies, particularly when impacted by a ransomware attack, speak publicly about the problem. Shippers and those who have regular dealings with shipping lines would be well-advised to review their procedures and alter their credentials where possible, with the potential of cyberattacks to spread beyond their intended victim companies by now well understood. The infamous NotPetya attack on Maersk in 2017, remembered as one of the first major cyber-attacks on shipping, was actually targeted elsewhere and only incidentally caused $300m in damages to the world’s largest shipping company, as well as costing TNT $400m. The attack resulted in damages of about $10bn globally, including to Russia, from where it originated. Comment on this article

DNV Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was DNV founded?

    DNV was founded in 1864.

  • Where is DNV's headquarters?

    DNV's headquarters is located at Veritasveien 1, Oslo.

  • What is DNV's latest funding round?

    DNV's latest funding round is Grant.

  • How much did DNV raise?

    DNV raised a total of $2.03M.

  • Who are the investors of DNV?

    Investors of DNV include ARPA-E.

  • Who are DNV's competitors?

    Competitors of DNV include Cenosco.

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