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  • Ship Technology Global: Issue 8

    In this issue: We investigate the potential security risks for ship operators as a result of the public availability of AIS data, launch our Innovation in Energy Efficiency Awards, profile...

  • Shipping piracy report – June and July 2013

    As attacks by West African pirates reach new high levels, global leaders have come together to tackle the problem, while the US also sees a landmark conviction against Somali pirates....

  • Should ship data be open to the public?

    AIS data is part of the geo-positioning web that tracks vessels and keeps them safe from collision, but the data is publically available. Rapid7 security researcher Claudio Guarnieri discusses the...

  • Shipping piracy report – May 2013

    While the shipping industry celebrates a year without a successful hijacking off the coast of Somalia, events off Western Africa and a potential link with terrorism have triggered concern. In...

  • Ship Technology Global: Issue 7

    In this issue: We profile the prevention and cures for marine noise, determine the future of shipping and seaborne trade, explore the Aquarius MRE solar and wind powered ship design...

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