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Communications & Cyber Security

By Ken Woghiren, Chief Technology Officer, CyberOwl Monitoring is the backbone of good cyber risk management. If you don’t know what assets you have and can’t see what is happening to those assets, then you can’t respond properly if they are under attack. But some fleet operators struggle to justify…
Inmarsat has published a new report focusing on the way technology can benefit crew safety, health and wellbeing at sea, at a moment when COVID-19 has exposed the welfare of seafarers to global scrutiny.
Today (June 25, 2020) marks the 10th edition of the United Nation’s Day of the Seafarer, which celebrates and recognises the unique contribution made by seafarers from all over the world to international seaborne trade, the world economy and civil society.
The Mission to Seafarers is continuing its virtual challenge campaign called Global Champions Unite to support seafarers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Thuraya has signed a partnership agreement with Telespazio, a joint venture between Leonardo (67 per cent) and Thales (33 per cent), to distribute its products and services worldwide.
Risk Intelligence has announced an agreement with Teekay Shipping for the company’s Risk Intelligence System, MaRisk+PortRisk.
Ship operators are doing all they can to ensure the safety of seafarers around the globe and the trade of vital food and supplies – but these important measures are proving costly as well as tricky warns crew specialist Henrik Jensen of Danica Crewing Services.
North Sea operator Atlantic Offshore has adopted Fleet Secure Endpoint from Inmarsat to protect against ongoing cyber threats.
KVH Industries is expanding its services, offering maritime Internet of Things (IoT) solutions for remote monitoring and real-time intervention. The solutions will be powered by a high throughput satellite (HTS) network that delivers fast and reliable connectivity worldwide.
Connectivity at sea has never been more important than during these difficult times. New regulations can be introduced at any moment and it is of great importance to ensure that this information is communicated to all marine sectors.
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