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Subject:eMAR News - 20/06/2015

Plenty of ‘phish’ in the sea, warns security company
Advancement in broadband technologies and the move towards ‘Big Data’ will leave the maritime industry vulnerable to cyber-crime unless it develops a better awareness of ICT security and adopts security best practices. 

LeanShips Project to Prove Effectiveness of Green Technologies
Shipbuilding giant Damen Shipyards Group is preparing to launch a project titled The European Innovation Project LeanShips – Low Energy And Near To Zero EmissiLeanShips is one of the first projects funded under the new European Research and Innovation Framework Program HORIZON 2020.on Ships. 

'Big data' key to improving competitiveness
Data key to improving fuel and other operational efficiencies, says technology firm. 

IEC plans to unveil new bridge network standards
The International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) is writing the new IEC 61162-460 standard to improve security levels of integrated bridge systems from the beginning of next year. 

Reaching out to keep crews connected
Inmarsat’s recent launch of its new Fleet Media service is one component of a drive to offer a range of new services that are aimed in particular at ships’ crews at sea. 

Are shipowners ready to prevent cyber attacks?
Shipowners should be prepared to battle cyber threats to their assets, and the industry should be doing more to prevent successful hacking. Cyber security is becoming an increasingly important issue for the maritime industry as ships are open to a growing number of threats.

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