International Maritime & Port Security
The Shephard Press Ltd
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Security of ports and littoral waters is a major concern for both governments and merchant shipping on a global scale.
 
The growing market is primarily driven by the continuing high risks of piracy, maritime terrorism, drug smuggling and human trafficking, as well as ongoing territorial disputes and the requirement of nations to protect their exclusive economic zones.
 
Drawing on Shephard Media’s 30+ years as a niche publisher in the aviation and defence sectors, International Maritime & Port Security magazine provides comprehensive insight into the main security issues that affect shipping, the littoral and ports.
 
Focus areas include port and offshore installation security, maritime surveillance, patrol vessels, maritime domain awareness, and identification and tracking systems.
 
With a readership consisting of decision-takers and influencers within international governments, senior naval and coastguard personnel, ship-owners, manufacturers, operators, petrochemical companies, port authorities, shipping associations, maritime agencies, P&I clubs, security firms and industry, International Maritime & Port Security is set to become the definitive publication available to a truly global audience.

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