AMU and Rutgers CCICADA Center to Co-Sponsor First National Maritime Cybersecurity Symposium
American Journal of Transportation
February 25, 2015
Press Release Coverage
American Military University (AMU), part of American Public University System (APUS), and the Command, Control and Interoperability Center for Advanced Data Analysis (CCICADA) at Rutgers University today announced they will co-sponsor the first national conference to address cybersecurity issues for the nation’s maritime operations.
The Maritime Cybersecurity Learning Seminar and Symposium will examine the cybersecurity risks and vulnerabilities combined with the unique aspects of the maritime industry to reveal important new national security issues. It is designed for both military and non-military personnel who have an interest in emerging cybersecurity issues and how they might apply to the international maritime industry. Industry leaders and academics are also expected to attend and add to discussions about implications for the shipping industry, container industry, port entry security, and the proliferation risks arising from dependence on complex computer networks in all aspects of the maritime transportation system.
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