Piracy and Security
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IMB reported 97 piracy and armed robbery incidents in the nine months to September, the lowest number of any year since 1994. Weather has been bad and more warships are plying the Gulf of Guinea
French authorities have found more than a tonne of cocaine stashed in the hold of a German-owned bulk carrier. Reports estimate the value of the drugs at about $92m
Security advisory warns that regional conflict, heightened military activity and increased political tensions continue to pose threats to merchant vessels operating in the Red Sea, Middle East Gulf and western Indian Ocean
Hackers say they have exposed part of CMA CGM’s customer data via a link to Google Drive and threatened to ‘lay out the entire database’ in a week
‘There are important political considerations that must be taken into account when designing and assessing co-operation mechanisms,’ academic says
The High Risk Area covering Somalia and Yemen will be shrunk from September 1, with shipping groups saying the system has served its purpose
A vessel was reported attacked 100 nautical miles northeast of Mogadishu. Four attackers in a skiff exchanged gunfire with its armed guards before turning back toward the coast an hour later
Maritime security’s newfound status as a geopolitical hot topic comes with political nuance and potential cost. Understanding the changing dynamics and platform protocols will be key to industry’s successful input into how this agenda plays out
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