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Subject:eMAR News - 06/06/2015

Maritime industry is easy meat for cyber criminals
The threat of cyberattacks in shipping and the supply chain is an issue that has already been highlighted by experts. The IMB has called for vigilance; for systems managing the movement of goods to be strengthened and action to be taken to close down cyber vulnerabilities in those sectors.
http://www.safety4sea.com/maritime-industry-is-easy-meat-for-cyber-criminals-24233 


Shipping Industry Can Benefit from Open Data
MarineTraffic, a global AIS vessel tracking service, believes that open data can positively increase the competitiveness and efficiency of the shipping industry.
http://worldmaritimenews.com/archives/162337/marinetraffic-shipping-industry-can-benefit-from-open-data/ 


Navigate Global Maritime Broadband Demands with Ease and Accelerate Your Growth and Revenues
Ship operators welcome the prospect of higher performance and throughput from new high throughput satellite (HTS) networks and the host of new applications that this technology will enable.
http://www.hellenicshippingnews.com/navigate-global-maritime-broadband-demands-with-ease-and-accelerate-your-growth-and-revenues-with-intelsatone-flex 


Hybrid Cyber-Ships Fast Approaching
Hybrid propulsion systems and connected ship solutions are emerging technologies that are gaining ground faster than expected.
http://worldmaritimenews.com/archives/162484/dnv-gl-hybrid-cyber-ships-fast-approaching/ 


IMO Must Establish GHG Emissions Cap by 2016
A number of environmental non-governmental organizations have expressed their concern over the failure of the international community to control greenhouse gas emissions from international shipping, saying that the IMO must set out global emissions reduction target by 2016.
http://worldmaritimenews.com/archives/162681/environmentalists-imo-must-establish-ghg-emissions-cap-by-2016/

 
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