Navigate Response co-host international maritime cybersecurity events
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Navigating today’s risk landscape
How shipowners can manage the emerging complexities of digital media
Corporate reputation specialist joins Navigate Response as Crisis Response Manager
Navigate Response, the leading global maritime crisis communications consultancy, announced today that Janni Jarvinen has joined its expanding London team as a Crisis Response Manager.
Exxon Valdez: thirty three years on. A Navigate Response webinar
When the Exxon Valdez struck Bligh Reef on 24 March 1989, the fallout was dramatic. 11 million gallons of oil were spilled, and Prince William Sound was inundated with global media attention.
Ukraine: Media advice for the maritime sector
As events continue to develop in Ukraine, shipping companies need to be aware of possible media interest in their activities.
Maritime policy specialist joins Navigate Response as Crisis Response Manager
Navigate Response, the leading global maritime crisis communications consultancy, announced today that Kyle Fawkes has joined its expanding London team as a Crisis Response Manager.
Titanic: What if she sank today? – Webinar
On 15 April Navigate Response, IMRF, MarineTraffic, IUMI and UK P&I Club joined together to discuss what would be different (and what might be the same) if the Titanic sank today.
Free webinar: Cyber Security Concerns in the Maritime Sector
As we become increasingly reliant on the technological solutions that have allowed our sector to continue functioning during the global pandemic, the cyber threats we face hold ever more devastating potential.
Webinar: Seafarer Mental Health and the Crew Change Crisis
With many serving seafarers well beyond the terms of their original contracts – separated from the support systems of friends and family – mental health support is now more important than ever.
The Coronavirus, the Butterfly and the Pilot
Every crisis has an end. The current coronavirus pandemic will have its own. It’ll be the fourth Phase with a return to normalcy for just about everything except the economy.