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Ghana and Nigeria, 20-24 July  

Developing the CSO and PFSO Community 
June 8th 2015
Developing the CSO and PFSO Community
CSO Alliance has been invited by Hanson Wade to join the Gulf of Guinea Security Summit in Accra, Ghana 20-22 July.

The Hanson Wade event helps companies define their security strategy against shifting tactics, latest danger hotspots and new Niger Delta threats. It is the culmination of Hanson Wade’s respected Combating Piracy West African Maritime Security & Energy Infrastructure Security Summits, which have been influential in assisting the maritime, oil and energy sectors to collaborate, network and share intelligence since 2010.




As Nigeria enters a new era under APC’s Buhari, new threats emerge as we look to secure West Africa’s operating industries. Falling budgets, increased legal complexity and a lack of clarity on employable solutions mean it is becoming ever harder to ensure the protection of personnel and assets across this complex region.

CSO Alliance has been invited to host a CSO Workshop at the summit. Having run over 15 throughout the world it is a privilege to deliver this with Hanson Wade in Ghana.

A great deal of the work of CSOs revolves around Ports and the risks the captains, crews, ships and cargos face during a port call. For several months we have been working with the Port Industry and it is clear Port and Facility Security Officers have a challenging role. The workshops and meetings with PFSOs in Nigeria and Ghana will help us to understand their requirements and in doing so deliver innovations for our CSOs.

After this event we will head on to Lagos, Nigeria, 23-24 July and are planning to meet both Maritime Company Security Officers and Port and Facility Security Officers through a series of workshops.