TitleLloyd's MIU handbook of maritime security [electronic resource] / edited by Rupert Herbert-Burns, Sam Bateman, Peter Lehr
Imprint Boca Raton : CRC Press ; London : Lloyd's MIU, c2009
Connect tohttp://marc.crcnetbase.com/isbn/9781420054811
Descript xxxvii, 368 p. : ill., maps

CONTENT

Section 1: The new maritime security environment -- Security in the maritime domain and its evolution since 9/11 / Catherine Zara Raymond and Arthur Morrie¨n -- Lifeline or pipedream? Origins, purposes, and benefits of automatic identification systems, long-rance identification and tracking, and maritime domain awareness / Martin N. Murphy -- Maritime forces and security of merchant shipping in the Mediterranean Sea and Northern Indian Ocean / Russell Pegg -- Evolving U.S. framework for global maritime security from 9/11 to the 1000-ship navy / Chris Rahman -- Maritime terrorism: locations, actors, and capabilities / Peter Lehr -- Distinctions in the finer shades of gray: the "Four Circles Model" for maritime security threat assessment / Hand Tino Hansen -- Section 2: Industry sectors: threats and responses -- Implications and effects of maritime security on the operation and management of merchant vessels / Steven M. Jones -- Maritime terrorism: threat to container ships, cruise liners, and passenger ships / Peter Chalk -- Tankers, specialized production vessels, and offshore terminals: vulnerability and security in the international maritime oil sector / Rupert Herbert-Burns -- Security in the maritime sector of the liquefied natural gas industry / Peter Martin -- Offshore oil and gas industry security risk assessment: an Australian case study / Lee Cordner -- Section 3: Legal frameworks for maritime security -- The 1988 SUA Convention and 2005 SUA Protocol: tools to combat piracy, armed robbery, and maritime terrorism / Robert C. Beckman -- Interdiction and boarding of vessels at sea: new developments and old problems / Stuart Kaye -- Long-range identification and tracking systems for vessels: legal and technical issues / Martin Tsamenyi and Mary Ann Palma -- International legal regulatory framework for seafarers and maritime security post-9/11 / Martin Tsamenyi, Mary Ann Palmna, and Clive Schofield -- Section 4: Regional responses -- Maritime security threats in post-9/11 Southeast Asia: regional responses / Rommel C. Banlaoi -- Maritime dynamism in Indo-Pacific region / James A. Boutilier -- The North Atlantic Treaty Organization's evolving role in maritime security operations / Robert Snoddon -- Section 5: National responses -- U.S. maritime transportation and port security: an update and analysis of current efforts / Ashley W. Craig and John F. Seher -- Setting, strengthening, and enforcing standards for U.S. port security / Bruce B. Stubbs and Scott C. Truver -- Managing port and ship security in Singapore / Joshua Ho -- Canada and the ISPS Code / John W. Lavers -- The ISPS Code: the Australian experience and perspective / Devinder Grewal -- ISPS Code: implementation in Malaysia / Noor Apandi Osnin -- Do British military intelligence and Royal Navy operations have a part to play in the fight against organized crime in the maritime domain? / Peter Dodd


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