Tag: Risk Intelligence

  • New WAF service for Risk Intelligence

    Intelligence focus on West Africa. Risk Intelligence launches new service providing overview of operational and regulatory risks of privately contracted maritime security in West Africa. Maritime operations in West Africa […]

  • Nigeria, armed guards and red tape

    Risk Intelligence updates its advice for using armed guards in West Africa. Use of Nigerian Navy for private security remains subject to severe restrictions Nigeria The current practice of using […]

  • Risk Intelligence launch port risk tool

    Provider offers new risk platform. Risk Intelligence launches port risk tool Girija Shettar Danish maritime security company Risk Intelligence today launched a platform dedicated to analysing and advising on ports […]

  • Danish Maritime Days Approaches

    Regional Maritime Security Challenges high on agenda. Maritime Security Challenges to be Addressed During Danish Maritime Days Piracy and armed robbery against ships, corruption, and illegal trafficking are well-known maritime […]

  • Bunkers linked with piracy rise

    Analysis by Risk Intelligence.  Analyst Links Singapore Bunker Players with Increase in Region’s Fuel Piracy, says it’s “the Perfect Product to Steal” Higher bunker standards in Singapore may be inadvertently causing ships […]

  • Maritime Security in Africa

    Private maritime security companies can assist African states.  Maritime Security in Africa: Potential for the Private Sector? Dirk Siebels thinks that the private sector should contribute further to Africa’s maritime […]

  • Piracy warning ahead of Nigeria election

    Analysts all predicting sharp rise in attacks.  Piracy expected to increase ahead of Nigeria’s election By Ole Mikkelsen COPENHAGEN (Reuters) – Piracy will increase in the Gulf of Guinea as Nigeria prepares […]

  • Warning that Somali piracy may return

    Piracy currently suppressed, but things could easily change.  Analyst, industry officials warn on possible resurgence of Somali piracy By Marcus Hand from Copenhagen Despite the sharp decline in piracy off the coast of […]

  • Challenging Myths of Pirate Violence

    Examining the facts behind the figures. Challenging Myths of Pirate Violence By Dirk Steffen “In the last five years, pirates have killed at least 411 fishermen and wounded at least […]

  • Maritime crime and its effects

    Conference seeks new approaches to tackle maritime crime and piracy. Conference: Maritime Crime and the Effects on Growth and Development in the African Region’ 7 October 2014 Throughout the last […]