West Africa’s Gulf of Guinea presents a number of security challenges, as Dr. Kamal Deem
Tag: maritime security
When it comes to maritime security, there can all too often be a tendency to look backwards without anticipating ahead. Collecting and collating data is all well and good, but fixating on it can perhaps lead to something of a shock when attacks flare up. Steven Jones, Maritime Correspondent at Security News Desk, discusses.
World-leading maritime navigation and security surveillance specialist, Kelvin Hughes has released what it claims is unique content for the SBS-900-4 SharpEye radar system that can operate in both X-Band and S-Band using co-located antennas.
The global position on piracy appears to have shifted dramatically in the last 18 months. From the constant fear of attack, there appears to be something more of a grim war of attrition developing. So what is the current state of play?
Tim Compston, Features Editor at Security News Desk, navigates the concerns being raised over the assets available to deal with people smuggling and other maritime-related border control and security issues – including terrorism – closer to home in the wake of recent incidents.
Thousands of weapons to flood black market as PMSCs and armouries go bust ESC Global
Insight: the enabler of maritime security decision making – David Reindorp, a faculty member at the
In the wake of the tragic terrorist attack in Tunis, Steven Jones looks at how the industry is reassessing the risks it faces.
Gerry Northwood OBE, COO of MAST, commented on BBC Radio 5 on the security situation in Libya and plans to seize boats of migrant traffickers.