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Recent activity in Gulf of Aden highlights growing unpredictability
Pirates move away from established modus operandi
Two-hour attack highlights West African pirates’ growing confidence
Late arrival of navy shows gangs operate freely off Togo
Hammond is welcome to talk to us
Private security firm PVI looks forward to greater involvement by shipping minister
Industry must support survivors of piracy
Charity urges London insurance market to do more to help seafarers and their families
Typhon rethinks its business model as Somalia threat dwindles
Private security start-up axes close-vessel protection and eyes West Africa opportunities
Estonia and Slovenia pull out of Atalanta
Somali pirates are contained but not defeated, EU Navfor
Charting hostile territory
Knowledge is power when it comes to unfamiliar environments
Germany passes private maritime security accreditation laws
Firms must pay a minimum $10,000 fee under new national rules
Accreditation of armed guards certification bodies begins
Accreditation of UK certification bodies to be complete by year-end
Owners must not blend new standard with old vetting procedures
Time will tell how accreditation evolves during pilot tests