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Fragmented digital connectivity and security at sea [article]

Rikke Bjerg Jensen
2020 arXiv   pre-print
The paper concludes by setting out future research directions and practical implications that speak to connectivity and security at sea.  ...  This paper explores how uneven and often unreliable digital connections shape the patterns and routines of everyday life, work and rest for seafarers, during long periods at sea.  ...  Without their efforts, enthusiasm and energy this work would not have been possible. For comments and suggestions, I would like to thank the anonymous reviewers and the editors of this special issue.  ... 
arXiv:2011.00251v1 fatcat:bca7t6fw2rgg3cvd5vlanmy4k4

Designing the Digital City [chapter]

William J. Mitchell
2000 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
It is impossible to imagine Rotterdam without its canals and connection to the North Sea, Chicago without its railroads, Los Angeles without its freeways, or any large modern city without water supply,  ...  In this paper I describe the new digital infrastructure, analyze its major spatial effects, consider some illustrative examples of the resulting fragmentation and recombination, and discuss possible design  ...  And what sorts of transformations can we expect to result? Fragmentation and Recombination The basic function of digital telecommunications, of course, is to allow human interaction at a distance.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-46422-0_1 fatcat:npqk6ekbpvcsvfklhmspatyeqy

A Tale of Sea and Sky On the Security of Maritime VSAT Communications

James Pavur, Daniel Moser, Martin Strohmeier, Vincent Lenders, Ivan Martinovic
2020 2020 IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy (SP)  
However, the security dimensions of maritime VSAT services are not well understood. Historically, high equipment costs have acted as a barrier to entry for both researchers and attackers.  ...  Specifically, we consider two targets: the navigational and charting systems used to safely route vessels at sea and sensitive operational information regarding cargo contents or security procedures aboard  ...  As such, they must handle and verify credit-card payment details while at sea and VSAT technology is used to facilitate this service.  ... 
doi:10.1109/sp40000.2020.00056 dblp:conf/sp/PavurMSLM20 fatcat:rcto77uwkzcmpbazqjkgp4uyne

Cyber Security and National Security Awareness Initiatives in Albania: A Synergy Approach

Hergis Jica
2013 Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences  
While the current means to create cyber security awareness does make impact, the fragmented and uncoordinated nature thereof have a potential to create its own dynamics.  ...  Various entities engage in cyber security awareness training each with its specific objectives and focus areas. It is argued in this paper that cyber security is complex and multi-faceted.  ...  literatures for these kinds of connections over the sea.  ... 
doi:10.5901/mjss.2013.v4n10p614 fatcat:pcy2qmehkbfmnoqvi7huu4v6o4

Multiple uses of app instead of using multiple apps – a case for rethinking the digital health technology toolbox

John Torous, Aditya Vaidyam
2020 Epidemiology and Psychiatric Sciences  
Focusing on transparency and free sharing of software, we argue that a collaborative approach towards apps can advance care through creating customisable and future proofed digital tools that allow all  ...  stakeholders to engage in their design and use.  ...  connections to human support.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s2045796020000013 pmid:32000876 fatcat:rsia5zd27rhnrjawmry6tvatui

SEA: A Secure and Efficient Authentication and Authorization Architecture for IoT-Based Healthcare Using Smart Gateways

Sanaz Rahimi Moosavi, Tuan Nguyen Gia, Amir-Mohammad Rahmani, Ethiopia Nigussie, Seppo Virtanen, Jouni Isoaho, Hannu Tenhunen
2015 Procedia Computer Science  
In this paper, a secure and efficient authentication and authorization architecture for IoT-based healthcare is developed.  ...  Security and privacy of patients' medical data are crucial for the acceptance and ubiquitous use of IoT in healthcare.  ...  Acknowledgment The authors wish to acknowledge the financial support by the Finnish Cultural Foundation, HPY Foundation, and Nokia Foundation during the course of this project.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.procs.2015.05.013 fatcat:qmz6wg73z5hd5gf7opxqy2ufye

Imagineering an Internet of Anything

Irena Bojanova, George Hurlburt, Jeffrey Voas
2014 Computer  
While "everything" subtly suggests business as usual-merely at a larger scale and floating in a sea of ubiquitous quasi-related sensors-"anything" transcends IPv6 and TCP/IP, extending further up the classic  ...  . • Pressured by these changes, governments and corporations will try to assert power-and at times succeed-as they invoke security and cultural norms. • People will continue-sometimes grudgingly-to make  ... 
doi:10.1109/mc.2014.150 fatcat:cffiv46z65ft5hla27ac35fo6a

Challenges and opportunities of internet of things

Yen-Kuang Chen
2012 17th Asia and South Pacific Design Automation Conference  
They will generate an enormous amount of data at an unprecedented scale and resolution, providing humans with information and control of events and objects even in remote physical environments.  ...  To date, most Internet applications focus on providing information, interaction, and entertainment for humans.  ...  Too, as the number of devices connected to the internet grows, so do security and privacy issues [6] . Connected devices (sensors) can produce oceans of data.  ... 
doi:10.1109/aspdac.2012.6164978 dblp:conf/aspdac/Chen12 fatcat:gczuyh6msfct3drz35b3dconwm

The mediatized border: technologies and affects of migrant reception in the Greek and Italian borders

Lilie Chouliaraki, Pierluigi Musarò
2017 Feminist Media Studies  
emotions of fear and empathy co-exist through digital connectivities-what we call the "mediatized border."  ...  Drawing on media, security, and gender studies, we demonstrate how such techno-affective networks are constitutive of (rather than simply complementary to) the border as a hybrid site of both military  ...  Public Art, Urban Design, and Political Participation (Mimesis International, 2017). E-mail:  ... 
doi:10.1080/14680777.2017.1326550 fatcat:gyvxto4n7jcl5bbetpf67ltu6i

A System for Securing the Durabilityn and Effectiveness of the Three Seas Initiative

Artur Marcin Lorek
2021 Środkowoeuropejskie Studia Polityczne  
The purpose of this article is to evaluate the security system for the durability and effectiveness of the Three Seas Initiative as an informal union of Central European countries.  ...  In order to verify the problem of security mechanisms, desk research was carried out, which consisted of a system (political) analysis and elements of strategic analysis.  ...  Collaboration for improving infrastructure and connectivity in the transport, energy, and digital sectors is defined below (displayed in the boxes in the middle of the graphic).  ... 
doi:10.14746/ssp.2021.3.5 fatcat:jo64qxztvvcthnuwxgypxnd5bm

Looking Ahead: Ocean Governance Challenges in the Twenty-First Century [chapter]

Dirk Werle, Paul R. Boudreau, Mary R. Brooks, Michael J.A. Butler, Anthony Charles, Scott Coffen-Smout, David Griffiths, Ian McAllister, Moira L. McConnell, Ian Porter, Susan J. Rolston, Peter G. Wells
2019 The Future of Ocean Governance and Capacity Development  
However, although the reach of technology in this digital age is pervasive, the benefits are not universal, their distribution is not equal, and they come at a price, presenting ongoing and increasing  ...  In this century, the ocean sciences, health professions, ocean technology, and citizen science will increasingly be inter-connected and linked to the practice of ocean governance at all levels.  ... 
doi:10.1163/9789004380271_094 fatcat:2atrgt2b5vguzcdb2gzppzob64

The Construction of Ecological Security Patterns in Coastal Areas Based on Landscape Ecological Risk Assessment—A Case Study of Jiaodong Peninsula, China

Yichen Yan, Hongrun Ju, Shengrui Zhang, Guokun Chen
2021 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
Increasing land utilization, population aggregation and strong land–sea interaction make coastal areas an ecologically fragile environment.  ...  should consider current ecological sources and corridors to prevent landscape fragmentation; and the ecological roles of potential corridors should be strengthened.  ...  The overall landscape pattern is relatively fragmented, presenting the historical spatial pattern of "mountain, sea, city, island, bay, forest, field and river".  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph182212249 pmid:34832002 pmcid:PMC8619657 fatcat:oevfa6wxgzagvhaxbripknleyq

Challenges of Managing Maritime Cultural Heritage in Asia in the Face of Climate Change

Patrick Daly, R. Michael Feener, Noboru Ishikawa, Ibrahim Mujah, Maida Irawani, Alexandru Hegyi, Krisztina Baranyai, Jedrzej Majewski, Benjamin Horton
2022 Climate  
Maritime heritage can reflect both highly localized cultural products based on the coupling of people and maritime environments and the historic footprints of complex maritime networks that connect people  ...  Changing weather patterns, increasing frequency and intensity of natural hazards, and rising sea levels associated with global climate change have the potential to threaten cultural heritage sites worldwide  ...  At a wider scale of analysis, maritime heritage can be the residue of sea-borne connections and interactions such as trading ports, artefacts, and shipwrecks [48] .  ... 
doi:10.3390/cli10060079 fatcat:unogsgvminbj5ncvpr5fty5hpi

Cyberwarfare and the internet [chapter]

Anne-Marie Eklund Löwinder, Anna Djup
2021 Hybrid Warfare  
It is also important to emphasize that the way stakeholders adapt to future cyberattacks may change the internet from being a platform of openness and collaboration to a fragmented, closed and secure network  ...  It will become imperative to raise the awareness of the importance of security on all levels, either through security literacy or by developing secure connected devices.  ... 
doi:10.5040/9781788317795.0016 fatcat:ursd2w52bjdsrnvvjtry6ymvsi

Cell fission and formation of mini cell bodies by high frequency alternating electric field

P. Marszalek, T.Y. Tsong
1995 Biophysical Journal  
The cell elongated and separated into two fragments, the larger one containing the nucleus.  ...  a. a values between 2.2 and 3.5 have been found to be optimal for inducing fission of sea urchin eggs.  ...  For sea urchin eggs, we have found the values between 2.2 and 3.5 to be optimal. This field-induced deformation of a cell can be used to dissect a cell into fragments. Fig. 2 cells.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0006-3495(95)80338-3 pmid:7787013 pmcid:PMC1282019 fatcat:ty52ndh3gvgrhe4ljy6q67ccfe
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