Archive of: Latest Security News

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US removes conditions of entry on vessels arriving from Cuba

The Coast Guard determines the country's ports meet IMO standards

Web Bulletin 2016

Pirates hacking computers to access cargo data

Verizon discovers the tactic after only the most valuable containers are breached

Web Bulletin 2016

ABS launches maritime CyberSafety series

The program covers cybersecurity, automated systems safety, data management and software assurance

Web Bulletin 2016

BIMCO releases cybersecurity guidelines for ships

The effort involving CLIA, ICS, Intercargo and Intertanko is a first for the industry

Web Bulletin 2016

U.S., Canadian union officials form cabotage task force

Seafarers International Union hosted the inaugural meeting of an international cabotage task force, with the intention of retaining domestic maritime jobs

Web Bulletin 2015

Maritime panel: U.S. falling behind Russia in Arctic resources

The Coast Guard restates the need for more heavy icebreakers in the region

Web Bulletin 2015
Coast guard leaders from Arctic nations establish joint forum

Coast guard leaders from Arctic nations establish joint forum

The signatories pledge cooperation to ensure safety and security in the region

Web Bulletin 2015
Silver Ships delivers patrol boat to N.Y. constables

Silver Ships delivers patrol boat to N.Y. constables

The Freedom 21 is designed and engineered for one-man operation

Web Bulletin 2015

New USMRC program targets maritime cybersecurity risks

The R.I.-based center partners with Cybrex LLC and industry groups including BIMCO

Web Bulletin 2015

Crowley wins $130M contract to manage 5 Sealift Command ships

Crowley Maritime said it won a $130 million U.S. government contract to manage five Military Sealift Command ro-ro and containerships

Web Bulletin 2015
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