Tag: Security

  • Security agencies face radical shake-up

    A radical overhaul of Bermuda’s security and defence agencies is in store to eliminate “expensive duplication”, National Security Minister Wayne Perinchief said yesterday. The review will take in the Bermuda […]

  • ISPS Compliance

    Increasing global awareness of the threat of terrorism means Pacific Island countries and territories must ensure they comply with the International Ship and Ports Facility Security (ISPS) Code. SPC Helps […]

  • Kismayo Shelled

    In preparation for the ground forces to capture the port town of Kismayo, the Kenyan Navy has shelled the only remaining significant stronghold of al-Qaeda-linked militants Kenya navy shells Somali […]

  • Key Role

    HMS Ocean has returned to London for a key role supporting the police in providing security to the Olympic Games. She will be berthed at Greenwich until after the Paralympics, […]

  • Strategic Insights

    Organized crime is a persistent threat to business continuity in numerous ports around the world. In the first article in this issue, counterterrorism efforts under the ISPS Code and whether […]

  • Aero-Citadel

    Imabari Shipbuilding has developed the Aero-Citadel, a newly designed superstructure which brings to realization both energy efficiency and anti-piracy measures. Energy efficiency The Aero-Citadel is a superstructure with slimly streamlined […]

  • Partnership with Global West

    The Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) explains why it is partnering with Global West Vessel Specialists Nigeria Limited to secure Nigeria maritime domain. NIMASA: Why We’re Partnering Global […]

  • West African Piracy Increases

    The violent attack on a Dutch cargo ship off the Nigerian coast has highlighted the increase in piracy in the area. An umbrella group of insurers have designated the coastal […]

  • One Year On

    SaveOurSeafarers was established in March 2011 and is calling for unified action to raise awareness of the human and economic cost of piracy.   SOS SaveOurSeafarers celebrates 1st anniversary Today […]

  • Gulf of Aden Security Review

    The American Enterprise Institute’s updated Gulf of Aden Security Review: Yemen: Al Qaeda-linked militants seize southern town; Norwegian UN official kidnapped; Foreign Minister hints at election delay; heavy clashes between al Houthis […]