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        Crew Cyber Hygiene

        Tomorrow at the Monaco Yacht Show, Dryad Global CEO Corey Ranslem will be presenting a seminar all about crew cyber hygiene.

        Where Is the Most Dangerous Offshore Region for Oil, Gas Right Now?

        The answer to that question really depends on the sector of oil and gas where you work, Dryad Global Chief Executive Officer Corey Ranslem told Rigzone.

        Liberia Investigates Alleged Stowaway Deaths on Chinese Bulker

        Liberia's maritime administration is investigating an incident aboard a Panama-flagged bulker in which two stowaways were allegedly killed. 

        NATO forces destroy seven mines adrift in Black Sea

        Shipping had been warned of risk of floating mines from the Ukraine-Russia war, with vital grain shipments also possibly threatened.

        Weekly Maritime Security Threat Advisory 26th September 2022

        Access the latest Triton Scout Maritime Security Threat Advisory for the week commencing 26th September 2022.

        Maritime Cyber Security & Risk Management for Yachts and Yacht Managers

        Questionable intelligence feeds, poor communication, crew error, reputational risk, cyber threats - how do operators, captains and CSOs get the assurance they need when their vessel and business are..

        Meet the team: CEO Corey Ranslem

        In Safety4Sea's special column this month, they host an interview with Mr. Corey Ranslem, CEO, Dryad Global who encourages us to look globally for education, employment, and connections. Read on for..

        Iran’s Drone Piracy Shows How Naval Warfare Is Changing

        At sea and over Ukraine, unmanned military systems are taking over from expensive legacy systems.

        Piracy: EU extends naval presence in Gulf of Guinea to February 2024

        The European Union (EU) has extended its naval presence in the Gulf of Guinea under the auspices of the Commercial Maritime Presence (CMP) until February 2024.

        Weekly Maritime Security Threat Advisory 19th September 2022

        Access the latest Triton Scout Maritime Security Threat Advisory for the week commencing 19th September 2022.

        Impunity follows offshore attacks in Mexico

        A recent spike in thefts from shallow-water oil platforms and support vessels in the heart of Mexico's offshore oil and gas industry has worsened delays and economic losses for both state-owned Pemex..

        Navy taking on gangs in Colombia’s biggest port

        Colombia’s Navy put on a show of force at the weekend in a town whose population is at the mercy of two warring gangs.

        IRGC Navy Warns Arab States Against Cooperation With Israel

        Since 1995, the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps navy has been tasked with guarding “the Persian Gulf, Iran’s islands and coasts, continental shelf, oil platforms, and passage through the Strait of..

        China’s grand strategy and Taiwan imperatives

        The analysis here follows three principles of strategic thinking: (a) focus on capabilities, which take a long time to build, and not on intentions, which can change overnight; (b) focus on actions..

        U.S. mediator: progress, but more work needed in Lebanon-Israel maritime talks

        The U.S. mediator in a longstanding maritime border dispute between Israel and Lebanon said on Friday that the negotiations to resolve the conflict have made "very good progress" but more work was..

        Weekly Maritime Security Threat Advisory 12th September 2022

        Access the latest Triton Scout Maritime Security Threat Advisory for the week commencing 12th September 2022.

        Turkey says Greek coast guard fires on cargo ship in Aegean

        Greek coast guard ships opened fire on a cargo vessel sailing in international waters in the Aegean Sea, the Turkish coast guard said, escalating tensions between the regional rivals that have..

        Papua New Guinea wants security treaty with Australia

        Australian Defence Minister Richard Marles said on Wednesday Papua New Guinea had proposed a security treaty between both countries amid increasing tensions in the Pacific islands after China struck..

        Inside the IRIS programme with Shannon McSkimming

        Three years ago Dryad Global launched an industry placement programme to identify young graduate talent from under represented groups in society to help them to gain experience and knowledge to..

        IMO To Prevail On 25 African Countries to Adopt Nigeria’s SPOMO Act

        There are fresh indications that the International Maritime Organisations (IMO) is set to prevail on twenty five countries in West and Central Africa on the need to adopt the Suppression of Piracy..

        Weekly Maritime Security Threat Advisory 5th September 2022

        Access the latest Triton Scout Maritime Security Threat Advisory for the week commencing 5th September 2022.

        Lebanon, Israel maritime border talks progress to divvying up gas

        The focus of US-negotiated talks to finalize an agreement between Israel and Lebanon has shifted to compensation and gas quantities on each side of the maritime border.

        Seminar Invitation: Sustaining Crew Welfare

        Dryad Global will be at this year's Monaco Yacht Show to host a breakfast seminar alongside ACREW and Vikand, "Sustaining Crew Welfare: Proactive Yachting Health Care and Cyber Security". Register to..