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        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..

        India’s Maritime Security: What Are The Challenges And Why Securing The Seas Is Priority

        Maritime power plays a vital role in ensuring geopolitical stability and progression of geoeconomics, and India’s geography makes a compelling case for maritime expansion and strategic ties.

        U.S. Navy Foils Iranian Attempt to Capture Unmanned Vessel in Arabian Gulf

        The U.S. Navy prevented a support ship from Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps Navy (IRGCN) from capturing an unmanned surface vessel operated by the U.S. 5th Fleet in the Arabian Gulf, Aug...

        Nigeria navy produces gunboats for military operations in Niger-Delta

        The Defence Headquarters says it has taken delivery of ballistic gunboats built locally by Nigeria’s Navy Shipyard Limited (NSL). NSL was established to maintain Nigerian Navy vessels.

        Shippers unlikely to see lower insurance premiums despite lesser Indian Ocean piracy risk

        Shipowners and charterers carrying commodities in the Indian Ocean are unlikely to see lower insurance premiums in the near term despite industry bodies’ decision to remove the region’s High Risk..

        Shipping industry to remove the Indian Ocean High Risk Area

        22 August 2022. London, UK. After more than a decade of effective threat-reducing counter-piracy operations the shipping industry has removed the ‘Indian Ocean High Risk Area’ (HRA).

        Cyber security becoming integral to maritime security

        Maritime security is increasingly becoming impossible to achieve without ensuring cyber security, and the ability of states to protect their maritime assets and critical infrastructure against cyber..

        Ghana has developed a maritime policy. Here is what it means

        Ghana has an abundance of marine resources. They include fisheries, hydrocarbon reserves, inland waterways and ports that are located along important international shipping lanes. These present the..