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Policy Briefing May 2019 The Internet of Things in Ports : Six Key Security and Governance Challenges for the UK

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  title={Policy Briefing May 2019 The Internet of Things in Ports : Six Key Security and Governance Challenges for the UK},
  author={},
  year={2019}
}
  • Published 2019
  • Computer Science
In January 2019, the UK Government published its Maritime 2050: Navigating the Future strategy. In the strategy, the government highlighted the importance of digitalisation (with well-designed regulatory support) to achieving its goal of ensuring that the UK plays a global leadership role in the maritime sector. Ports, the gateways for 95% of UK trade movements, were identified as key sites for investment in technological innovation. The government identified the potential of the Internet of… 

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