How many data breaches we will see in 2019 and how big are they going to be?

Barcelona, December 19, 2018.-The Forbes journalist, Gil Press, has just published a list of experts’ predictions about cybersecurity by 2019. All the opinions are different approaches to the security breaches that will take place in the next few months. The following reading may be disturbing, but necessary in the IT Departments.

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We talk about business intelligence in IoT?

Barcelona, November 6, 2018.- Dresner Advisory Services has made public: 2018 IoT Intelligence® Market Study (in its 4th year of publication). Each company in the supply chain will have a vision about business intelligence in IoT. Next we highlight (thanks to Forbes) some reflections on this study that may be valid for any type of company.

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FBI: “There are only two types of companies: those that have been hacked and those that will be”

Barcelona, October 18, 2018.- Cybersecurity in logistics is another variable to be managed with strategy, specialized professionals, method, tactics and constant monitoring. In the Internet of Things era, anti-kacked protocols are essential. This is what the More Than Shipping portal understands in the following reflection:

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World shipping of goods registers unexpected data for the main European economy

Barcelona, September 24, 2018.- The export potential of each country is directly reflected in the volume of goods that leave by maritime transport. This mode of transport is very interesting to study the junctures of large economic areas. And in this analysis you find unexpected data. The prestigious World Street Journal has published a thorough analysis that reveals the pros and cons of the main European economy.

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Will a new maritime route through the Arctic affect global transport by road, air and rail?

Barcelona, August 23, 2018.- Maersk  is going to carry out a pilot test to check whether the Arctic may or may not be a viable maritime route, nowadays. If Maersk invests in this test he probably already has indications that this is possible.

For this reason, we ask ourselves what logistical consequences it would have for the intercontinental routes and for land, water and rail transport. If new maritime routes are discovered, it will directly impact on the rest of the modes of transport. A reality perhaps closer than what we presume today. While we consider this scenario in the medium to long term, let us know in detail the pilot test of Maersk in the information published by The Independent (UK).

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Transport in the European Union: Current Trends and Issues (2)

Here you can read the first part of this analysis published on July 12, 2018

Barcelona, July 18, 2018.- The liberalisation of the European aviation market, that celebrated its 25th anniversary in 2017, already benefited the aviation sector, as well as air passengers. One of the main problems affecting its performance is the fragmented EU airspace that leads to high operating costs for airlines, as it limits the optimisation of flight paths or duplicating costly functions. As a consequence, in 2014 the unit costs for providing air navigation services were around 35% lower in the US than in Europe.

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