Getting organized and using emerging technology to minimise port and supply chain security risks
IAPH has launched in September 2011, the first ever Cybersecurity guidelines for Ports and Port Facilites to get organized at the CEO level as a #1 priority. IMO MSC 104 and FAL 46 approved the addition of new cyber risk guidance from IAPH to IMO’s Guidelines on maritime cyber risk management (MSC-FAL.1/Circ.3/Rev.1).
Emerging Technology to drive Trade Security
With so many critical assets at stake, from port infrastructures to ships, airports to planes, warehouses and logistics centres as well as data, software, systems and even the security of people to consider. Planning for Trade Security should encompass waterside, landside, airside, spaceside and cyberside concerns with critical assets such as port infrastructures, ships, containers and the security of people to consider
Platforms that connect
Port Authorities can implement advanced Command & Control Centers to take full advantage of digital connectivity. Such platforms can connect landside, sea, air and cyberside port protection and port operations. Recent examples includes the new port project in Doha, a fully integrated high-security and resilient solution for the port and its associated facilities.
Maritime Street and its role in trade security
Maritime Street is at the cutting-edge of the development of trade security with access to the latest intelligence and best practices in order to provide policy-making and strategic guidance on trade security. We provide first-class trade security and consultancy services to businesses around the world.
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