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Maritime Industry Challenges To Watch: Part 2

By Linda Chiem (September 13, 2018, 5:47 PM EDT) -- As maritime industry stakeholders maneuver through the changing regulatory and legislative landscape, they're also contending with increased gridlock at U.S. ports, emerging cybersecurity threats and technology disruptions, and inadequate investment in crucial infrastructure.

Here, Law360 examines additional challenges facing the industry in the second part of our roundup. Read part one here.

Preparing for Cybersecurity Threats and Disruptive Technology

Container ships, ports, terminal operators, storage facilities and logistics providers that make up the interconnected maritime industry rely on sophisticated operational and information technologies for communication, navigation, safety and security, and machinery operation. That can make any aspect of the maritime industry...

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