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Maersk to restore operations after cyber attack

Copenhagehn - Danish shipping giant Maersk said that it expects its container operations to get back to normal early next week, after the recent cyber attack that affected its shipments. Specifically, the company informed this week that it had restored its major IT systems

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AS.FO.R: go-ahead for smart logistic

Genoa - The new training operation for unemployed youth in the maritime cluster -ports and logistics - was introduced at Genoa Smart Logistic. The operation was financed by the Region of Liguria through European Community funds (European Social Fund)

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Ukraine points finger at Russian security services in recent cyber attack

Kiev - Ukraine said on Saturday that Russian security services were involved in a recent cyber attack on the country, with the aim of destroying important data and spreading panic.

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Global cyber attack likely cover for covert malware installation

Kiev - “Since the virus was modified to encrypt all data and make decryption impossible, the likelihood of it being done to install new malware is high”.

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Lng, USCG guidance on safety considerations for simultaneous operations / DOWNLOAD

Washington - The United States Coastguard (USCG) has issued a notice on the safety considerations for simultaneous operations (SIMOPS) during LNG fuel transfer operations.

“Beware of microfragments poisoning the sea” / INTERVIEW
Plastic algae to repopulate the seas

Plastic algae to repopulate the seas

La Spezia - Global warming not only increases the temperature of the oceansbut also contributes to their acidification, compromising the efficiency of the calcium skeleton processes of many animals, such as corals and molluscs

Prysmian aboard the “Energy Observer”

Prysmian aboard the “Energy Observer”

Milan - Prysmian Group, world leader in the energy and telecom cable systems industry, announced its partnership with the “Energy Observer”, the world’s first catamaran powered solely by renewable sources, at the Paris Air Show today

Globex faces up to $17m fine for spilling oil

Globex faces up to $17m fine for spilling oil

Panama City - A Panama-based company faces a fine of up to $17 million for allegedlyspilling about 15 tonnes of oil near the Great Barrier Reef. It is alleged the oil came from the ship “Regina”, owned by company Globex Shipping

Seal Forum, neuroscience and Best Practices for Safety

Seal Forum, neuroscience and Best Practices for Safety

Rome - “One of the conditions of the ISM code requires that a ship’s commander must motivate the crew in terms of safety. That’s the sole requirement that cannot be simply added in a list of procedures, it’s a matter of principles,” noted Bruno Di Lascio, owner and administrator of Azimuth Consulting

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