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Pittsburgh Post-GazetteAnalysis | As global shipping explodes, it presents a logistical and security challengePittsburgh Post-GazetteFlynn has testified before Congress 33 times about maritime safety and has argued that we need to do a better job knowing what's in our containers before they arrive a...
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Liberian Registry launches cyber and ship security CBTTanker OperatorJorgen Palmbak, director of maritime security for the Liberian International Ship & Corporate Registry (LISCR), the US-based manager of the Liberian Registry, explained, “Cyber attacks have been identified as among the most serious...
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Hellenic Shipping News WorldwideLibya – port situationHellenic Shipping News WorldwideUnder the US Maritime Transportation Security Act (MTSA), the USCG is required to assess the effectiveness of antiterrorism measures implemented in foreign ports from which US documented vessels and foreign vessels...
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Washington ExaminerUS lawmakers talk national security with Europeans during visit to ...Washington ExaminerThe group spent Monday and Tuesday meeting with officials from various law enforcement agencies and government officials in Holland and the...Rep. John Katko visits Europe, Middle East to exam...
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Pittsburgh Post-GazetteAnalysis | As global shipping explodes, it presents a logistical and security challengePittsburgh Post-GazetteFlynn has testified before Congress 33 times about maritime safety and has argued that we need to do a better job knowing what's in our containers before they arrive a...
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Seatrade Maritime NewsLiberian Registry launches cyber and ship security computer-based trainingSeatrade Maritime NewsOver 40% of crew members have reportedly sailed on a vessel that has become infected with a virus or malware - and only one in eight crew members have received cyber-security trainin...
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Dated ship security open to attackMaritime JournalSecurity researcher Ken Munro is issuing the warning after demonstrating it is possible to precisely pinpoint a named vessel, identify a staff member and potentially attack a ship. A partner in Pen Test Partners, Mr Munro said combining OSINT (openly...
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ForbesWhy Repealing The Jones Act Could Be A Disaster For The USForbesHowever, 90% of U.S.-flagged tankers and 36% of U.S.-flagged container ships are used on routes protected by the Jones Act. If the Act were repealed, these vessels would either cease operation or be registered elsewhere. The Navy ...
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