Maritime Cybersecurity’s Choppy Waters

Maritime Cybersecurity’s Choppy Waters

Adam Brown, Manager, Security Solutions, Synopsys

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The nefarious hacker has been around for a long time, despite popular culture painting a picture of the hacker as a uniquely modern phenomenon. In 1903, the first possible instance of a hack took place during Alexander Fleming’s demonstration of his boss Guglielmo Marconi’s technological wonder of the age: a long-range secure wireless communication system, resulting in the display being disrupted at the Royal Institute in London.

  Smart Ports & Supply Chains      Automation and Optimisation, Environment, Health & Safety, Security, Surveillance and Detection, Wireless Networks

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