Archive of: Latest Security News

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Port of Long Beach gets $3.4 million for security

The FEMA funds will be used to enhance current projects

Web Bulletin 2015

Coast Guard cites Fennica protesters in Oregon

Seven could be fined $25,000 for interfering with the safe operation of a vessel

Web Bulletin 2015
Coast Guard diverts ships to Arctic to oversee Shell drilling

Coast Guard diverts ships to Arctic to oversee Shell drilling

The assets include the cutter Waesche, which otherwise would be fighting drug traffickers

Web Bulletin 2015

Security firm cites cyber risks with autonomous ships

ESC Global Security warns of the vessels losing navigation or being controlled by third parties

Web Bulletin 2015

BIMCO to examine cybersecurity at annual conference

Being unprepared could expose shipowners and their vessels to a range of risks

Web Bulletin 2015
Coast Guard commissions NSC James

Coast Guard commissions NSC James

The 418-foot cutter will be home-ported in Charleston, S.C.

Web Bulletin 2015
SCA launches campaign to raise awareness of U.S. shipbuilding

SCA launches campaign to raise awareness of U.S. shipbuilding

Know Your Ship will serve as a resource to Congress on the industry's importance

Web Bulletin 2015

Coast Guard celebrates 225 years of service to nation

A 1790 bill authorized construction of 10 cutters to enforce tariff and trade laws

Web Bulletin 2015

Coast Guard cites Fennica protesters in Oregon

Thirteen people entered a safety zone around the Shell ship in Portland

Web Bulletin 2015
Bollinger delivers FRC Herbierto Hernandez

Bollinger delivers FRC Herbierto Hernandez

The 14th vessel in the Coast Guard's Sentinel-class program will be based in Puerto Rico

Web Bulletin 2015
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