Ports and Terminals

  • Nigeria moves to safeguard security

    NPA will not allow vessels which are not ISPS compliant to berth. Nigeria moves to safeguard security at ports Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) said it will not allow vessels which […]

  • Study on Cruise Ship Security

    EC issues call for tender on cruise ship security study. Commission’s call for tender: Study on Cruise Ship Security The European Commission published a call for tender regarding a Study […]

  • NIMASA launches satelite surveillance

    Ghanaian registered vessel was reportedly hijacked off the coast of Ghana NIMASA launches satelite surveillance …rescues Ghanaian vessel LAGOS—The Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency, NIMASA, has launched its satellite […]

  • Plans don’t address cyber threats

    Maritime security plans do not address cybersecurity threats GAO: Maritime security plans don’t address cyber threats By Ashley Bennett Maritime security plans at three high-risk U.S. ports do not address […]

  • UAE port worker accused of spying

    An employee at one of the UAE’s ports has been arrested on charges of spying UAE port worker accused of spying Dubai: An employee at one of the UAE’s ports […]

  • Vessel-tracking system vulnerable

    Attackers could disable Automatic Identification System communications over large areas Vessel-tracking system vulnerable to denial-of-service, other attacks, researchers say Attackers could disable Automatic Identification System communications over large areas or […]

  • Closing the surveillance gap

    Commercial ports face a wide variety of security challenges, ranging from cargo theft and smuggling to the ever present threat of terrorist activity. Closing the surveillance gap with Sonardyne Sentinel […]

  • Interview with Port of London Authority

    In the run up to the 5th annual International Port Security event, SMi Group are proud to present their keynote speaker, Commander David Phillips, Chief Harbour Master, Port of London […]

  • Libyan rebels reopen two oil terminals

    Two Libyan oil terminals have reopened, after rebels agreed partially to lift their oil blockade in a deal reached with the government. Libyan rebels agree to reopen two oil terminals […]

  • Dock gate crash

    A ferry was forced to return to port and was delayed for almost 12 hours after it hit a dock gate. P&O Ferries said the Pride of York suffered minor damage […]

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