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MS Risk provides a risk-based control framework to protect your people, your project and, ultimately, your proﬁts.
From planning and construction to the live guest environment, MS Risk provides a risk-based control framework to protect your people, guests, property and, ultimately, your profits.
MS Risk supports merchant shipping operators with effective security controls and risk management at sea and in port.
Our experienced security consultants have coordinated security projects for major sporting events throughout the world, uncovering and successfully mitigating serious personal and commercial threats.
MS Risk consultants have secured major infrastructure projects throughout the world with risk-based control frameworks that protect people, projects and profits.
MS Risk Blog
March 16, 2018 in Uncategorized
After last year’s nuclear tests and the sabre rattling in recent months between North Korea and the US, it came as a surprise when Chung Eui-yong, the National Security advisor of South Korean president Moon Jae-in confirmed that Donald Trump … Read the rest
The Mueller Indictment: The Beginning of the End or the End of the Beginning?
March 14, 2018
On 16 February, Special Counsel Robert Mueller filed an indictment against thirteen Russian nationals and three Russian companies relating to … Read the rest
March 9, 2018
Italy had its elections this Sunday the fourth of March. No single party won enough seats to be able to … Read the rest
Maritime Security Review (12 March 2018)
Maritime Security Review for the week of 5 – 11 March 2018. This issue includes:
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- Review of piracy and armed robbery against vessels in Asia – Monthly review (February 2018)
- Update on ports in Yemen and Libya – A US trading company filed a federal complaint that the Liberian company it contracted to ship oil also tried to smuggle weapons to Yemen; a car bomb explosion kills three in Ajdabiya, Libya
Maritime Security Review (5 March 2018)
Maritime Security Review for the week of 26 February – 4 March 2018. This issue includes:
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- Review of global piracy incidents
- Update on ports in Libya and Yemen: UN Report – Egypt, UAE have violated the arms embargo in support of Haftar’s forces in Libya; Saudi Arabia dismisses top military commanders as war in Yemen stalemates.
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