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Defending shipping against cyber crime

Shipowners are used to taking risks and competing with each other. But with cyber crime on the rise, the shipping industry needs to work collaboratively to develop best practice to avoid attacks

The Maritime Cyber Alliance seeks to bring cyber attacks into the open by allowing staff or crew to report events anonymously

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