The biggest threat comes from China’s territorial claim based on its nine-dash-line, with the latest standoff involving Chinese fishing boats entering the North Natuna Sea escorted by the country’s coast guard.
Law enforcement authorities from 26 countries conducted a worldwide operation against money mule schemes.
Norwegian shipowner convicted to six months imprisonment for having aided cash buyer in attempt to illegally export toxic ship to Pakistan for scrapping.
Local fishermen are constantly concerned about their safety because they repeatedly face intimidation from bigger and better equipped foreign fishing vessels.
Drug cartels are continuing, in fact expanding, their operations, in the midst of the pandemic by changing their modus operandi to take advantage of legitimate supply chains.
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A new report finds that active enforcement against foreign bribery significantly decreased since 2018.
Since January, Transparency International has received over 1,500 reports of corruption and other irregularities related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Companies that stand for something bigger than what they sell and demonstrate commitment, are more likely to attract consumers and influence purchasing decisions.
CEOs of shipping companies must embrace ethical business practice to protect and uplift the image of their companies and the industry.
Lee Kok Leong, our special correspondent, talks to Alexandra Wrage, president and founder of TRACE, who has provided anti-bribery consulting or training in over 120 countries.
As a number of COVID-19 vaccines come closer to approval and global distribution, ensuring the safety of the supply chain and identifying illicit websites selling fake products will be essential.
Cybercriminals will leverage AI both as an attack vector and an attack surface.
The biggest retail season of the year is around the corner, and you do not even need to leave the comfort of your home to participate. But neither do the criminals.
A global operation involving 16 countries has resulted in the arrest of 20 individuals suspected of belonging to the QQAAZZ money laundering network.
Economic decline, along with a restrictive lockdown, left the freight sector in a vulnerable situation.
COVID-19 crisis showed how criminals actively take advantage of society at its most vulnerable.
The investigation targeted a developing trend of migrant smuggling involving small boats across the English Channel.
Authorities have dismantled an organized crime group for illegally moving maritime containers of hazardous waste from the Canary Islands to several countries in Africa.
Lee Kok Leong, our special correspondent, talks to Patrick Verhoeven, MD of the International Association of Ports and Harbors, on how ports can fight drug trafficking and corruption.
The US government issued a global advisory to alert the maritime industry to deceptive shipping practices used to evade sanctions.