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GPS Jammers, Other Maritime Cybersecurity Threats Discussed At Seminar

The Learning Seminar and Symposium on Maritime Cyber Security, co-sponsored by Rutgers University and American Military University (AMU) entered its second day Tuesday on the campus of Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey.

Command, Control and Interoperability Center for Advanced Data Analysis (CCICADA) and AMU are hosting the event that covers a wide range of maritime cyber security issues, national security and data breaches. The seminar features several keynote speakers from the US military, maritime cyber security, national security and homeland security arenas.

Capt. David Moskoff of the US Merchant Marine Academy was a keynote speaker on Monday at the seminar. A Master Mariner and expert on maritime cyber security, Capt. Moskoff informed the seminar’s attendees about potential threats to the nation’s ports and maritime entities.

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