Piracy and Security
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Nigeria announced its Deep Blue maritime security project — a mix of coastal surveillance, troops, patrol boats and aircraft it is hoped will help the fight against piracy in the Gulf of Guinea
Brit said the consortium aims to improve efficiency in covering breach call risks, allowing brokers the opportunity to obtain instant, fully supported quotes
Failure to adapt to climate change is one of the biggest security threats to ports and shipping, a webinar has heard, while cyber attacks and economic harm from coronavirus are more immediate threats
Ethical hacker Weston Hecker detailed the increasing risk to ships’ operational technology and how basic carelessness leaves many companies vulnerable
Cyber crime is one of the biggest threats to shipping’s security, but incidents are seldom reported. It is often unclear who to report to and lack of good data hampers incident responses
Despite its reputation for opaque business practice, the shipping industry has, over the past decade, been going through a quietly effective anti-corruption revolution. The Maritime Anti-Corruption Network now represents over 50% of the global fleet and commands serious leverage when tackling systemic corruption wherever it finds it. Joining the podcast this week is MACN’s chief executive Cecilia Müller Torbrand
More than 120 shipping companies, trade groups and flag states have signed the Gulf of Guinea Declaration on Suppression of Piracy to demand stronger action in west Africa
Malta-flagged combined chemical and oil tanker Valrossa seen loading at the Lake Charles berth for Citgo, which along with Valero was one of two refineries that received a Jones Act waiver
Australian police seized nearly A$100m ($77.5m) of methamphetamine stashed in barbecue grills and water heaters on a cargoship arriving at Sydney from Thailand
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