Archive of: Latest Security News

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Maersk: June cyberattack cost up to $300 million

The company's stock rises, however, as its CEO forecasts better days for container shipping

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Coast Guard releases draft NVIC on cybersecurity

Public comments are solicited for the guidelines for regulated maritime facilities

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New video aims to raise awareness of maritime cybercrime

New video aims to raise awareness of maritime cybercrime

Case studies highlight how easy it is for cybercriminals to target individual mariners

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McCain launches new bid to repeal Jones Act

The senator says the law 'hinders free trade, stifles the economy, and ultimately harms consumers'

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Shipping coalition issues latest guidelines on cybersecurity

The new edition includes information on insurance and managing the ship-to-shore interface

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Russian military accused of harassing US-flagged cargo ship

Russian military accused of harassing US-flagged cargo ship

M/V Green Ridge was carrying equipment for a NATO exercise in the Baltics

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Coast Guard commissions sixth national security cutter

Coast Guard commissions sixth national security cutter

Munro will be home-ported in California and operate from South America to Alaska

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ABS executive warns cyber-risk 'not going away'

Cyber and software risk are overlapping and converging, Tony Nassif says

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Coast Guard commissions FRC Lawrence Lawson

Coast Guard commissions FRC Lawrence Lawson

The Ingalls-built cutter will be home-ported in Cape May, N.J.

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Zukunft: Coast Guard funded in 'flyweight' class

'Our funding needs to reflect the power of our punch,' the admiral says in his annual address

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