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  • MarSec21+ 12th-13th May 2021

    MARSEC21+ VIRTUAL MARITIME SECURITY CONFERENCE After the resounding success of the first MarSec20+ conference, Petrospot and CSO Alliance are pleased to invite you to the second event in this exciting […]

  • ICS: New guidance on maritime security

    Shipping continues to face threats such as piracy, kidnapping and terrorism. Ship operators need to stay alert to security risks and recognize that threats are continually evolving and demand constant […]

  • How criminals carry out oil theft in Niger Delta – NSCDC

    The corps said it impounded about 35,000 litres of adulterated AGO, also known as diesel, in its latest operation in the town. by Josiah Oluwole The Ondo State Command of […]

  • Vaccine supply under threat from theft and counterfeits

    By Baibhav Mishra Having warned of various threats to the COVID-19 vaccines supply chain late last year, international freight insurer TT Club is now reporting a spate of disruptions to […]

  • NIMASA helicopters delivered

    Written by Guy Martin The Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) has taken delivery of its two AW109 helicopter from Italy’s Leonardo Helicopters. They will be used as part […]

  • French Falcon 50 helps intercept illegal fishing vessel off Senegal

    The crew of a French Falcon 50M maritime surveillance aircraft helped intercept an illegal fishing vessel off the coast of Senegal. On 18 March, the French Navy aircraft, based in […]

  • Policing the Gulf of Guinea: Nigeria, Denmark and Maritime Security

    When small countries like Denmark provide security in the Gulf of Guinea, what does that say about Nigeria’s image as Africa’s giant? by Dakuku Peterside, former head of NIMASA The […]

  • DFA to secure release of 4 Pinoys kidnapped in Gulf of Guinea

    By Joyce Ann L. Rocamora MANILA – The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) is working to secure the safe release of four Filipino seafarers who were abducted by pirates in […]

  • Port facilities are vulnerable to cyber threats

    by Martyn Wingrove National cyber security centres need to be at the heart of shipping and ports’ defence against online threats hese centres can provide threat intelligence, guidance on cyber security […]

  • Pirates kidnap 15 sailors in Gulf of Guinea off Benin: company

    Pirates have kidnapped 15 crew members from a chemical tanker in the Gulf of Guinea after boarding the vessel off the coast of Benin, the ship’s Dutch owners said on […]