Maritime cybersecurity and threats in January 2020
Malicious actors attempt to use vessel names to try to spoof companies in the maritime supply chain.
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Spoiler alert for how things will end after the port closure announcement in #Libya:
The storage tanks will determine the end date. Between oilfield and tanker come the storage tanks. Once they’re full, production will have to halt to avoid overflow.
#breaking Dryad’s received info suggesting Eastern Libyan oil ports & terminals are closed, following a request to Libya’s National Oil Corporation from the Libyan National Army (LNA), which is under the command of General Haftar. More analysis: https://t.co/SpCLO7AfMU #Libya
Red Sea and Gulf of Aden border countries form council https://t.co/Ha023j8I2q via @TheNationalUAE #yemen #Syria
Report: Crude Oil Export to the World's Top 6 Destinations during December 2019 #OOTT
Check out how many barrels were shipped to USA ahead of the coming EIA reports! #EIAReport
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Reporting indicates LNA will target vessels calling at Misurata & Al Khums. Unsubstantiated reports of an Italian-flagged vessel seized off Misurata is also contributing to a heightened perception of risk within Libyan waters. Need our analysis? https://t.co/tckUTQrulf
#Breaking 2,000 Syrian troops deployed to Libya to support regime https://t.co/SkdSV8Jnb1 #Syria
Updated #Libya digest is out now. We consider the future security landscape & the fallout of talks held between the LNA and GNA, brokered by Russia. General Haftar is taking 48hrs to discuss the ceasefire plan. What could happen next? Subscribe now https://t.co/tckUTQrulf