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Infographic: Key figures from Paris MoU activity 2017

Following release of its PSC annual report last week, Paris MoU issued an infographic summarizing the key figures from its PSC inspections throughout 2017. The report revealed a slight increase in the number of inspections and a slight decrease in the detention percentage for 2017; 3.82% compared to 3.84% in 2016.

The need of multi-layered phishing mitigation: A real case study

After publishing a multilayered approach model of defense against cyber breaches, the UK National Cyber Security Centre presented a case example of a real attack on a company showing how effective layering of their defences gave them a strong overall defence.

Defending phishing attacks: A multi-layered approach

The UK National Cyber Security Centre has issued an industry cyber security guidance, outlining a multi-layered approach that can improve resilience against phishing, whilst minimising disruption to user productivity. Typical defences against phishing are reliant on users’ abilities to detect phishing emails.

The glossary of cyber security

UK’s National Cyber Security Centre published an infographic, explaining basic terms of cyber security. Cyber security’ is defined as ‘The protection of devices, services and networks — and the information on them — from theft or damage’ and ‘cyber incident’ as a ‘breach of a system’s security rules’.

Infographic shows ways to save the coral reefs

Coral reefs have a massive amount of biodiversity, they provide food, protect coastlines, and are a source of natural materials used in pharmaceuticals and are intrinsically beautiful. However, lately they are in danger. For this reason, IMarEST created an infographic with ways to help save coral reefs.

Infographic shows developments on improving oceans condition

As today is the World Oceans Day, the UK Research and Innovation published an interactive infographic describing how engineering is increasing the knowledge of the oceans and reduces our impact on them. The UK Research and Innovation presents eight developments that will have a great impact in improving the situation in our oceans.

VesselsValue: Slower steaming remains an option for tanker owners

The VLCC (Very Large Crude Carriers) markets have staged a modest recovery ahead of market speculation that OPEC may relax production cut discipline and rising bunker prices which are providing a negotiating point for owners, according to data provided by VesselsValue.

Infographic: The cruise industry in numbers for 2017

2017 has been another positive year for cruise industry, with a significant passenger growth, according to CLIA’s recently-released cruise industry numbers for the year. The industry has surpassed the 2017 ocean cruise passenger projections, reaching 26.7 million passengers globally up from a projection of 25.8 million. 

How do woman leaders affect business and management

Leaders from across Asia and the Pacific, including government, unions, business, and academia, highlighted “game-changing” areas which can transform the future of work for women in Asia and the Pacific. This infographic outlines that gender equality and women’s empowerment have implications for growth and development.

Infographic: What do UK ports think could shape the port of tomorrow?

The UK Major Ports Group summarized the results of a survey to the UK’s biggest port owners and operators on what developments could shape the port of the future, in line with the Government’s Maritime 2050 Call for Evidence. The survey highlights developments in augmentation-automation to transform competitiveness.

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Are the vessels’ crew members aware enough of the new requirements of STCW Convention?

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