Over the past few years we have seen many incidents of cyber-attacks in the maritime and offshore oil and gas sectors including the tilting of oil rigs, malware riddled platforms and even port facilities industrial controls systems being hacked. Despite these incidents there seems to be a distinct lack of awareness throughout organisations.
A day in the Life – Maritime Security The word on the high seas is that the first modern day Somali Pirates were in fact the Somali Coastguard. With Chinese, Spanish and Italian fishing fleets invading the waters off Somalia and fishing them almost dry of Tuna it was inevitable that the local population […]
An exclusive interview with Ruth Tiik A female’s perspective of being a Maritime Security Operative in the HRA. I first met Ruth several months ago on a floating platform in the Red Sea where we and many others were stuck for several days waiting for our next task, I was then fortunate enough to […]
Changing Tides Evolution of Gulf of Aden piracy, a personal insight: About three and a half years ago, I decided that while I was fit enough, young enough and still daft enough, I was going to buck the pension trap and have a career change. I had, for some time, harboured a wish […]
Working in the Maritime Security (MARSEC) Industry By Kevin ‘Knocker’ Whyte Maritime Security has become the new ‘Must Enter’ sector of the security industry, with long established MARSEC companies and new start-ups alike, picking up manpower intensive contracts to provide Armed and Unarmed security services on board vessels transiting High Risk areas, such as the Gulf […]