SAFETY4SEA Conference & Awards
2017
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SAFETY4SEA Conference & Awards
2017
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New software reduces tedious work

software

DNV GL announced a new release of Sesam software for structural engineering and analysis, focusing on cutting costs and boosting operational efficiency. One of the key targets is reduction of tedious work. The three focus areas are engineering efficiency, verification efficiency and efficiency in cooperation, as part of the bigger value chain.

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First vessel traffic system set in Brazilian port

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Brazil's Companhia de Docas do Espírito Santo has established the first Vessel Traffic Management Information System at Victoria port. The VTMIS, by Indra, targets to enhance safety and improve the efficiency in mooring operations, eventually transforming the port into the most technologically advanced port in Brazil.

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Latest industry guidelines on cyber security launched

cyber

The second edition of "The Guidelines on Cyber Security Onboard Ships" has been released, including information on insurance issues and how to effectively segregate networks, as well as practical advice on managing the ship to shore interface, and how to handle cyber security during port calls and when communicating with the shore side.

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Petya ransomware shows industry is vulnerable to cyber attacks

cyber

In its monthly official newsletter ‘Phish & Ships’, sponsored by CSO Alliance Maritime, Be Cyber Aware at Sea campaign focuses on “Petya” cyber attack that recently affected the shipping sector. The incident made clear that finally shipping will be forced to face the fact that attacks are not only probable, but that they are real, and the industry is vulnerable to them.

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Shipping industry is unprepared for cyber threats

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IContainers has warned that the ocean freight industries are insufficiently prepared for cyber attacks. According to the company, last week's ransomware attack on Maersk should serve as a warning of the increasing vulnerabilities of the industry, as it moves towards automation and digitalization.

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USCG: Cargo disruption a reminder that cyber risks are real

cyber

On the occasion of the intentional attack which affected port facilities, the US Coast Guard stresses that the outcomes are a reminder of the importance of cyber risk management in the Marine Transportation System globally. USCG is monitoring the consequences of recent ransom attacks that have impacted cargo movement through several US ports.

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Blockchain solution developed for safe container handling

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T-Mining is currently working on a pilot project that will make container handling in the port of Antwerp more efficient and secure. Using blockchain technology, processes that involve several parties – carriers, terminals, forwarders, hauliers, drivers, shippers etc. – are securely digitised without any central middleman being involved.

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