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Security Technology has proliferated considerably over the years, now more than ever ports have become increasingly automated and connected.

But is this the right away to approach security at ports? This workshop will endeavour to explore the trends in technological advancement and ask whether it is necessary or indeed effective creating a devil’s advocate argument towards the importance of port security technology.
 

  • Learn about the latest trends in Port Security
  • What is currently being done and can it be done better?
  • Is security technology the best solution to major risks at sea ports?
     
  • Harbour Masters
  • Security Coordinators
  • Chief Security Officers / Heads of Security
  • Port Security Officers / Port Facility Security Officers
  • Heads of Maritime Safety and Security
  • Heads of Cargo Security / Supply Chain Security
  • Risk Managers
  • Security System Engineers
  • Port Security Auditors
  • Security System Installation Technicians
  • Port Police

Workshop LEADER

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John Dalby

CEO, Marine Risk Management

Captain John Dalby has represented The MRM Group since it’s founding in 1986. Prior to this, he served for more than twenty years at sea; initially aboard dry cargo vessels, and, for the most part, on oil and chemical tankers with major shipping lines including Shell and Mærsk Line - latterly in command of Products Carriers – but also aboard VLCCs. His extensive seafaring and maritime experience therefore spans more than fifty years.

John Dalby established the MRM Group’s Anti-Piracy Rapid Response Force in 1996. He was also instrumental developing MRM’s unique, covert satellite tracking system – ShipTrac TM.
In December 1999, John addressed the Parliamentary Maritime Group at the House of Lords on the subject of piracy and it’s growth – specifically but not limited
to South East Asia. In March and April 2010 he was Guest Speaker at the Ship Lay Up Summit and Chairman and Guest Speaker at the 1st International FPSO Conference – both in Singapore – both focusing on maritime security issues. John also organised the Maritime Security conference “Action Stations” in Portsmouth in 2011.

In June, 2011 he founded the not-for-profit organization The Merchant Shipping Maritime Security Foundation (popularly known as MS2), dedicated to helping seafarers and those who protect them, in the aftermath of a piracy attack. He is also co-founder of IAMSP – the International Association of Maritime Security
Professionals.

On 14th August 2013, as he approached half a century of service to the maritime industry, John was elected an Associate Fellow of the Nautical Institute (AFNI). He is now recognised as the pre-eminent authority on maritime piracy and security, and is often quoted in Reuters reports on these subjects.

 

Marine Risk Management

Founded in 1986, MRM has been a leader in Maritime Security since 1995 and acknowledged Asset Recovery specialists on behalf of all major ship finance banks and law firms on a global basis.

Workshop programme

9:00 Morning Registration and Coffee

9:30 Overview of current trends in technological proliferation

John Dalby

John Dalby, CEO, Marine Risk Management
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10:10 Exploring how old and new ways of securing port facilities can be combined for a more effective approach to protection

John Dalby

John Dalby, CEO, Marine Risk Management
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10:50 Morning Coffee Break

11:20 Discussing what perhaps isn’t working so well and what can be done to solve these issues in the future

John Dalby

John Dalby, CEO, Marine Risk Management
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12:00 Case Studies

John Dalby

John Dalby, CEO, Marine Risk Management
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12:40 Closing remarks

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