IMO heads off cyber crime at sea

The International Maritime Organization (IMO) is readying for the advent of automation in the shipping industry, with a major scoping exercise to safeguard against future disasters, including oil spills and collisions. Speaking at the regional […]

Australia explores future trends in navigation

A report timed for World Marine Aids to Navigation (AtoN) Day highlights cutting edge new technology to come in the digital age. The 40-page report looks at a futuristic voyage on board the fictitious Blue […]

IMO MSC 101 makes great safety strides

During the 101st session of the IMO’s Maritime Safety Committee (MSC) held between 5 June and 14 June, many significant advances in the areas of polar safety, fuel safety, autonomous shipping, and e-navigation were made […]

Inmarsat launches cyber training package

Maritime communications company Inmarsat has launched a cyber security mobile training app for crew at the same time as introducing two components to its maritime cyber security service, Fleet Secure. Fleet Secure Endpoint has been […]

Joint industry cyber security guidelines updated

A group of the world’s largest international shipping associations, including BIMCO, Intertanko, Intercargo, OCIMF, and the World Shipping Council, has published an update to their cyber-security guidelines. The third edition of Guidelines on Cyber Security […]