Big data analysis is the new weapon against on-line threats
September 11, 2014
When it comes to information technology, some parts of the shipping industry are well up to speed with 21st Century ideas – but unfortunately the IT infrastructure on their ships is often firmly rooted in the 1980s.
Kyle Hurst of Station711 explains how companies can now monitor these crucial networks, and potentially save themselves money at the same time.
Published on BIMCO Bulletin - Volume 109 - August 2013
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