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Technologies for Maritime Logistics Safety and Security

The landscape of maritime is shifting with the trends that are emerging do so out necessarily. Smart shipping, shipbuilding, big data, propulsion, advanced materials and analytics, sensors, robotics and communications in conjunction are all having monumental shifts in maritime industry are approaching new challenges and opportunities.

Cyber-Security

In 2017, cyber-attacks showed vulnerability in navigate and other information systems on ships and in ports. thus far international cybersecurity rules for the maritime industry haven’t yet been adopted. Meantime, the IMO guidelines on managing cybersecurity risks high-level recommendations regarding the protection of international shipping from existing and potential threats to cybersecurity. These guidelines can help to extend protection of international shipping to cybersecurity.


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Haw Chin Yang, DLSM
Haw Chin Yang has substantive years of experiences in customer service, as well as handling and liaising with freight forwarder and clients. He is a member of the Singapore Institute of Purchasing and Materials Management (SIPMM). Chin Yang holds the Executive Certificate in Supply Chain Management. He completed the Diploma in Logistics and Supply Management (DLSM) on June 2020 at SIPMM Institute.
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