International Ship and Port Facility Security Code to be addressed at International Port Security 2016
Published on 25 March 2016
With continued migration into the EU through sea borders and the serious threat of terrorism, there is a pressing need for the maritime security community to collaborate and further strengthen relations in order to boost security.
International Ship and Port Facility Security Code
It is now over a decade since the International Ship and Port Facility Security (ISPS) Code was implemented after the devastating terrorist attack of 9/11, however terrorism still poses as a serious threat for ports across the globe. This is just one of the topics that will be addressed across the two-day conference.
David Galt, Port Security Officer, Port Security Authority - Liverpool & Manchester will discuss the weaknesses of the ISPS in his presentation entitled 'Port of Liverpool: How the Port Security Regulations 2009 Have Resulted in Improved Port Security’. As well as discussing the weaknesses of the ISPS, Mr Galt will give insight into how the Port of Liverpool have mitigated against these weakness.
The 2016 agenda will feature several case-study based presentations from international ports from across the globe including: Rotterdam, Long Beach and Santos. These detailed sessions will allow attendees to gain a better understanding of the unique regional and global threats and resolutions which ports are facing.
Discussing port security systems, cyber security & regulations
“This conference is an opportunity to meet and listen to the experiences of the various experts involved in the planning and implementation of the ISPS Code insofar as ports are concerned and to network with your fellow practitioners. We have a fantastic array of speakers from across the world including representatives from Ports, Port Police units, the IMO and the US Coastguard talking about a wide range of topics including cyber security, security systems in Ports, regulation and technology.” Chris Jones, Event Chairman, Managing Director, Maritime Security Operations (MAROPS) Limited
International Port Security 2016 aims to bring together industry leaders, heads of ports, security chiefs, harbour masters, operations managers, marine security officers, coastguards and solution providers to discuss current issues surrounding port security and how these threats can be minimised.
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