Container Security at Sea and in Ports
This chapter discusses maritime container security in practice. It introduces one of the major threats to container security at sea, namely piracy, as well as container security in ports. Also, the obstacles and challenges of the tools in securing container security in ports are discussed.
KeywordsPiracy Port security Security tools
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