Archive of: Latest Security News

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Coast Guard develops cyber standard for bulk liquids transfer

The profile aims to help stakeholders cost-effectively manage cybersecurity risk

Web Bulletin 2016

SUNY Maritime to host security conference

The Nov. 10 session will focus on the marine industry's looming challenges

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IMB urges vigilance against maritime cyberattacks

Security about more than just preventing hacking, group says

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Navy League attendees call for maritime strategy, support for Jones Act

Participants in the Navy League Sea Air Space conference urge the U.S. to develop a national maritime strategy, including a shipbuilding program to restore the 350-ship Navy and support for the Jones Act

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Coast Guard helps Japan safeguard port

Best practices are implemented at two facilities in Hakata

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Lexington Institute: Jones Act vital to US border security

The requirements help ease the burden on DHS and other domestic law enforcement

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Cybersecurity panel cites 'high degree of complacency' in maritime industry

The CMA Shipping forum points to wide range of human and technical vulnerabilities

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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

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Pirates hacking computers to access cargo data

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

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ABS launches maritime CyberSafety series

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

Web Bulletin 2016
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