Singapore to set up up maritime cybersecurity centre

Speaking at a Maritime Cyber Security Seminar in Singapore Tuesday, Maritime & Port Authority of Singapore chairman Niam Chiang Meng pledged the authority's continued support towards awareness building and capability development to help the industry boost its cyber resilience.

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How to Move a Washing Machine Without Hiring Movers

Sometimes you just don’t want to leave your washing machine behind. Yes, its transportation will cost money, but your initial pre-move assessment shows that the effort will be well worth it.

Of course, the easiest way to move a washing machine is to..

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Container shipping market looking more buoyant, despite overcapacity

Despite overcapacity fears from a flood of newbuild ultra-large ships, as well as recent container spot rate erosion, analysts have a surprisingly positive outlook on profitability for container shipping this year. In fact, Drewry said: “The reality of supply growth in 2018 is far less frightening than it was previously.”

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Could Truck Electronics Be the Next Cybersecurity Threat?

The potential for a truck’s vehicle bus, technically known as the J1939 bus, to be compromised by a nefarious actor and used as an access point into an ECM, has been known for some time, said Bill Brown, chairman of the Technology & Maintenance Council’s Future Truck Committee and the retired director of telematics for Southeastern Freight Lines.

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U.S. Questions COSCO’s Takeover of Long Beach Terminal -Report

A U.S. national security review has raised concerns about a takeover by China’s COSCO Shipping Holdings Co of a large container terminal in Long Beach, California, the Wall Street Journal reported on Friday. The terminal is part of COSCO’s planned $6.3 billion deal to buy shipping firm Orient Overseas International Ltd (OOIL) , the Journal reported, citing people familiar with the matter.

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Panama Canal Tugboat Captains Locked in Heated Dispute with Management Over Safe Manning of Tugs

Panama Canal tugboat captains are locked in a heated dispute with the Panama Canal Authority (ACP) regarding the manning and safe operation of tugboats in the new Neopanamax locks. The dispute escalated in recent days since the ACP announced sanctions against some tugboat captains who the ACP accused of interrupting the performance of the Canal and causing economic loss by refusing to transit vessels on April 12.

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What to Know Before Moving to Chicago

So, you’re moving to Chicago. Whether it be for work or pleasure, there are many great features this beautiful city has to offer. But keep in mind that like all cities, Chicago is not perfect; it will have its advantages as well as disadvantages. So,..

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Blockchain on Verge of Revolutionizing Shipping Industry

Globalization has brought the most advanced trading networks the world has seen, with the biggest, fastest vessels, robot-operated ports and vast computer databases tracking cargoes. But it all still relies on millions and millions of paper documents. That last throwback to 19th-century trade is about to fall.

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