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Issue 6 | Cyber Security | January 2015

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Future nautics
Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"
60 pages Saddle-stitched
big data, computer security, connectivity, cyber resilience, Cyber Security, IT, maritime, mechatronics, Private equity, Red Teaming, robotics, seafarers, shipbuilding, shipping

Threat of cyber attack could cost the world economy $3 trillion, but no one in shipping and maritime wants to talk about it. Vessels have always had to be seaworthy, but in the new security paradigm they need to be e-worthy too. Boards assume cyber is about technology, but it's about dependence, and dependence leads to risk. Connectivity brings huge upsides, but those downside risks have to be managed, and that isn't IT's job, it's yours.

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