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Counter-Piracy and Ship Security 2009

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Start Date 06-12-2009 End Date08-12-2009
Venue Shangri-La Hotel
City Dubai Country United Arab Emirates
Category Defence, Shipping

Event Profile
Counter-Piracy and Ship Security 2009 is a special event dedicated to rising challenges of pirate attacks and to find out everlasting solutions of this hazardous threat. Whole marine community-navies, coastguard, ship owners and operators and governments will assemble in the conference to converse the budding solutions and to allocate the aptitude required to triumph over this threat. Counter-Piracy and Ship Security Conference 2009 will provide a distinctive opportunity for all stakeholders to meet and reflect on the sensible solutions to safeguard and diminish the sea crime threats. The topics that will be emphasized in the conference are:
  • An Analysis Of The Current Threats Of Maritime Piracy
  • Political Instability In Somalia And The Implications For GCC Maritime Security The Impact Of Increased Piracy And Sea Crime On The Commercial
  • Shipping Industry
  • Outlining The Current Best Practice Guidelines For The Shipping Industry
  • Reducing Vulnerability Through Multi-National Collaboration
  • USCG Efforts To Deter Piracy And Support Stable Maritime Operations
  • Mitigating The Risk Of Pirate Attacks Through Effective Crew Preparation And Training
  • Morning Coffee And Networking
  • PANEL DISCUSSION: Implementing Practical Solutions To Mitigate The
  • Improving Security For Commercial Marine Assets
  • Utilising Counter Intelligence To Reduce Vulnerability And Improve Security
  • The Importance Of Tackling GCC Sea Crimes And Maintaining Border Security

Visitor Profile

The targeted visitors at Counter-Piracy and Ship Security 2009 will be senior regional and international figures from the government, the military, the shipping industry and other key stakeholders, including:
  • Military and Coast Guard
  • Naval Forces Policy and Plans
  • Heads of Requirements
  • Heads of Capabilities
  • Heads of Procurement
  • Tactical Development
  • Commercial Shipping
  • Heads of Security
  • Heads of Infrastructure Security
  • Head of Emergency Response Head of Crisis Management
  • Head of Contingency Planning
  • Head of Emergency Preparedness
  • Chief Security Officer/ Advisor
  • Company Security Officer (CSO)
  • Ship’s Security Office


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