Offshore Security

Offshore Security

Over the backdrop of the growing Russian and Chinese submarine activity in the North Atlantic and Western Pacific, Northrop Grumman wants to add anti-submarine...

By Or Shalom, security and cyber expert and adviser OT environments are computing networks characterized by computerized processes operations and command & control, therefore they...

By Or Shalom, security and cyber expert and adviser Marine ports have strategic importance as critical infrastructure. The ports are vital to the economy, the...

A world’s first full-scale cargo delivery capability offshore has been demonstrated by an unmanned aerial vehicle. The Camcopter S-100 successfully completed a flight from...

A European collaboration in the maritime security field is widening its scope. Spain has officially joined the European Patrol Corvette program to design and...

Electronic equipment such as network cameras that are installed in hazardous environments may be at risk of igniting vapors, gases, dust or fibers in...

The coronavirus pandemic is also starting to take a toll on military operations, as for the first time, infections had been detected aboard a...

Industrial IoT (IIoT) systems - industrial devices connected to the internet or local networks - collect and transmit real-time data. They are part of...

Offshore installations need maintenance and spare parts supply. However, their distance from shore can be a logistical challenge. A technician is wasting time if...

Europe is enhancing its capabilities in the external border and coast guard fields. The European Commission will receive support in the development of innovative...
InnoTech expo for HLS and cyber

iHLS is proud to present the cyber & HLS event in light of growing challenges. iHLS InnoTech Expo Tel Aviv. With growing HLS challenges, terror attacks,...
power grid vulnerable to cyber attacks

The electric utility industry is a valuable target for adversaries seeking to exploit industrial control systems and operations technology for a variety of purposes.  Attacks...
airship for ISR missions

Will intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance sensors work from an airship? France’s defense procurement agency, DGA, is interested in studying the possibilities. The DGA signed...
Photo 2 Protector by Rafael

By Arie Egozi The problem is universal and some countries are now confronted by it in a growing pace and severity. An exclusive economic zone (EEZ)...
Photo illus US Air Force

The US Coast Guard has chosen the University of California San Diego to evaluate and develop so-called “blue water” technology, a safety and law...
Photo illust drone inspection NASA

While many UAVs rely on ground-based connectivity solutions, they often operate beyond line of sight of point to point digital data links and out...
photo port illust Pixabay

Increasingly connected and automated vessels are becoming a cybersecurity challenge. In an incident last February, a deep draft vessel on an international voyage sailed...
from Boatstopping Youtube

A new boat stopping technology brings to a quick and safe halt vessels whose maneuvers  arouse suspicions about their intent. The new family of...
Photo illustration US Navy

U.S. Navy littoral combat ships will soon be equipped with new sensor systems. Saffire III Electro-Optics Sensor Systems will supply the vessels with image...

Many resources are invested by organizations, companies and integrators in order to secure their critical facilities and assets. Providing perimeter security and intrusion detection...
Photo illustration US DoD

Attend the seventh Conference and Exhibition on Unmanned Systems and Robotics - AUS&R 2019. Register! Representatives from government, leading defense industries, military, security forces and law...
Photo US Coast Guard

The energy industry needs more advanced security tools to help thwart threats to its increasingly connected infrastructure. With the industrial “internet of things” taking...