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Maritime Port & Ship Security Edition

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Jonathan Atkin

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Maritime Security is a broad and ever evolv- ing topic, covering everything from port to ship to the cyber universe. The Maritime 4040

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Maritime SecurityMaritime Security Safety ? rst, blame second. By Dennis Bryant 10 Marine Casualty Investigation

Liberating ENC Data. By Guy T. Noll 12 Digital Transformation of Port Ops 26 The Cyber Threat The maritime industry must redouble its efforts to secure IT

Compliance simpli? ed. By Alexandra Anagnostis-Irons 16 Ocean Guardian systems and data.

By William P. Doyle Pounding the waterfront. By Joseph Keefe 18 The Regulatory Hammer 28 Cyber Guidance

The path forward on alternative fuels. By Greg Trauthwein 20 Timo Koponen, Wärtsilä VOICES U.S. Coast Guard releases draft guidelines for maritime facilities.

Diesel engine care extraordinaire. By James Espino 22 Daniel Grunditz, Chris-Marine VOICES By Barry Parker 34 Pondering Public Private Partnerships

PORTS 29 Data Analytics Demand grows in protecting machinery and communications on

Aerial drones enter the maritime mainstream By Jonathan Atkin 38 Flights of Fancy? DRONES maritime assets.

By Walter Mitchell 42 FPSO Safety


New Storage Tank Explosion Frequencies By John Spouge 30 USS Gerald R. Ford 46 Interferry 2017


Strength from Unity is the mission.

Inside the new technology on the next generation aircraft carrier.

By Edward Lundquist

Authors 4 Boat of the Month 40 Country: Denmark 56

Editorial 6 Marine Design 44 Buyer’s Guide 58 8 Vessels 48 Classi

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