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Valencia Port Improves IT Security

Valencia port improves IT security

Source: Valenciaport
Valencia, Spain (PortSEurope) January 26, 2017 – Valencia port authority (Autoridad Portuaria de Valencia) has invested around €770,000 ($822,540) in improving its IT security by developing an information security plan and detecting information security problems. The port authority participated in the conference ‘Innovation in Security Applied in Transportation’ organised by the Institute of Information Technology, where its systems director, Jose García de la Guia, presented
the necessities required by the computer security of a key harbour like the port of Valencia, as well as the challenges that it faces in the matter of cybersecurity. Garcia de la Guia has reviewed the main figures channelled through the three ports managed by the port authority (Valencia, Sagunto and Gandia) and stressed the need to maintain the best possible security systems to ensure the protection of data related to its activity. Source: (News portal) Copyright (c) PortSEurope. All Rights Reserved. 2017.

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