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Weekly Maritime Security Threat Advisory 31st October 2022

Access the latest Maritime Security Threat Advisory for the week commencing 31st October 2022.

Japan puts modern drone into operation to enhance maritime security

The Japanese Coast Guard has put a highly sophisticated U.S.-made drone that can circle the whole country’s maritime area into operation amid increased tensions in the region.

Bridge Watch: Designated High-Risk Areas

In this week’s Bridge Watch, Dryad Global CEO Corey Ranslem talks about High-Risk Areas.

Could Greece, Turkey tensions spill into open conflict?

Greek officials say relations with Turkey are so tense before elections in both countries next June that a military incident is possible in the Aegean or Eastern Mediterranean that could trigger a..

Fearing Sabotage, Germany Strengthens Maritime Security Patrols

Germany's police forces are upping protection for maritime infrastructure after the recent attacks on the Nord Stream pipeline complex, which cut three of the four subsea pipelines between Russia and..

Weekly Maritime Security Threat Advisory 24th October 2022

Access the latest Maritime Security Threat Advisory for the week commencing 24th October 2022.

Who will control the Black Sea?

Wars have been fought for centuries over command of the Black Sea.

Incident - Ash Shihr Port Yemen

Reporting indicates that the Marshall Islands tanker M/T NISSOS KEA (IMO9920758) was involved in an incident on approach to the Ash Shihr port in Yemen.

‍What does the future look like for yachting regulation?

‍What does the future look like for yachting regulation? Join Dryad Global's CEO Corey Ranslem at the 3rd Superyacht Americas 2022 conference as he discusses what regulations are on the horizon for..

How to Make the Indo-Pacific Partnership for Maritime Domain Awareness Work

If the U.S. truly wants to improve maritime domain awareness, it needs to engage partners through pre-established mechanisms and find ways to creatively deal with data management and information..

Weekly Maritime Security Threat Advisory 17th October 2022

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Fuel for Thought: North Sea oil drone threat prophesied in Middle East

North Sea waters have been considered one of the world's most secure offshore basins for producing crude, until now.

Cyber attacks threaten sea traffic, ports & offshore rigs

The rapid increase in cyberattacks on the maritime industry during the global pandemic has highlighted the inadequacies of the existing international legal framework and the urgent need for..

What training does your superyacht crew really want? (and need!)

In this episode of Bridge Watch, Dryad Global's CEO Corey Ranslem interviews ACREW's Managing Director Onno Eddens to discuss the needs and wants of superyacht crew and captains.

Metis Insights: Yemen's Failed Truce

Yemen’s warring sides have failed to reach an agreement to extend a nationwide ceasefire. What does this mean for the maritime domain?

US ports and terminals targets of increased cyber security attacks

Although the marine industry has a long history of success in risk management, cyber threat actors represent a different kind of menace. They are sophisticated, constantly evolving, and highly..

Lebanon, Israel clinch maritime border deal, Lapid says

Lebanon and Israel have reached a historic agreement demarcarting a disputed maritime border between them following years of U.S.-mediated negotiations, Israeli Prime Minister Yair Lapid said on..

Pipeline sabotage: how an attack happened and why EU was defenceless

Whatever caused the damage to the Nord Stream gas pipelines in the Baltic Sea, it appears to be the first major attack on critical “subsea” (underwater) infrastructure in Europe.

Weekly Maritime Security Threat Advisory 10th October 2022

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Norway Steps Up Security for Offshore Oil and Gas

With the help of its NATO allies, the government of Norway is stepping up the security presence around the nation's oil and gas infrastructure, offshore and onshore.

Work on FSO Safer Will Begin Within Weeks

UN officials during a media briefing at the headquarters during the beginning of the General Session reported that work on the decaying FSO Safer positioned off the coast of Yemen is expected to..

Transnet declares force majeure at ports over strike

South Africa's logistics utility Transnet declared force majeure at its ports on Thursday, according to a document seen by Reuters, as workers began an open-ended strike over wages.

How relevant is IMO 2021 cybersecurity compliance to the maritime security industry?

In this week's vlog CEO Dryad Global Corey Ranslem talks about the history of IMO 2021 compliance. Right back from the meeting of the Maritime Safety and Security Committee in June 2017 to Jan 1st..

Nigeria increases collaborative efforts to tackle human trafficking

The Nigerian Government has reiterated its commitment to increase efforts and collaboration with partners including the European Union to eradicate human trafficking in the country.

NATO deactivates more mines in Black Sea

The NATO Shipping Centre (NSC) informed that drifting mines have been detected and deactivated in the Western Black Sea by coastal nation’s authorities.

Houthis announce end of truce, threaten oil companies in region

The Iran-backed Houthi rebels in Yemen announced Saturday that attempts to reach an understanding during a six-month ceasefire with Saudi Arabia that expires Sunday had reached a "dead end."

Libya’s complicated push for more oil production

Political upheaval threatens the nation’s top export, including a spring shutdown of oil fields that deeply cut production. But Tripoli has resumed higher output at a critical time.

Weekly Maritime Security Threat Advisory 3rd October 2022

Access the latest Dryad Global Maritime Security Threat Advisory for the week commencing 3rd October 2022.

Denmark tightens security after Nord Stream pipelines damaged

No cause yet determined for apparent ruptures on three of four gas-export lines to Germany.