Decrease in successful attacks ignores root causes which remain.
Is It Really the End of Piracy off the Coast of Somalia?
Posted by: Abbas Daher Djama
The recent drop of successful acts of piracy ...
Regulations and market forces creating new pressures for marsec firms.
The regulatory and cost pressures facing private maritime security
By Gary Howard from London
The growth in use of the ISO/PAS 28007 standard ...
Armed guards and naval forces suppressing piracy in the region.
Piracy Collapses in Somalia, But Don’t Celebrate Just Yet
by Lizabeth Paulat
Piracy has long plagued the Somali coastline, creating an estimated loss of ...
Nomination "unexpected" says company.
Private Business Awards recognize achievements of Private Security Company
International security and risk management company Ambrey Risk has been shortlisted for ‘Emerging Entrepreneur of the Year’ by the prestigious Private ...
Pirates won't tackle ships with armed guards.
Busting up Somali pirate attacks one ship at a time
Shipping security consultant says 9 times out of 10 pirates turn tail when they seem ...
Risk versus reward ratio no longer in pirates' favour.
Captain Phillips strikes back: Off Horn of Africa, pirates go bye-bye
Somali pirates in 2011 attacked 237 boats in the oceans around northeast ...
Court quashes charges against 35 crew.
Court sets free crew of armed US ship, says they came for food, fuel
HENNAI: About nine months after an US ship, dubbed 'floating armoury', was ...
South African firm looks at anti-piracy solutions.
Specialist Maritime Security conducts study on Somali anti-piracy initiatives
The Specialist Maritime Security study recruited specialists who had worked in Somalia for three years, and developed ...
Nigerian policemen on board the tanker HISTRIA CORAL opened fire on a small boat…
Troubled Waters? The use of Nigerian Navy and Police in Private Maritime Security Roles
In the night ...
Six months after the Japanese government green lit PMSCs, problems remain.
Deciphering the Japanese Ship Guarding Act
Written by Simon O. Williams
Research Support Credited to Michitsuna Watanabe
Over six months since the Japanese ...
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