southeast asia

Singapore Strait Attacks Prompt Calls for Stronger Maritime Security in World’s Worst Region for Piracy

Some 84 out of the 106 global maritime security breaches that have taken place in the first half of 2015 occurred in Southeast Asian waters, according to the International Maritime Bureau. Read More

Broken CCTV Cameras and Grainy Footage Undermine Bangkok Bombing Investigation

Following the deadliest bomb attack in Thailand's recent history a dearth of evidence has exposed the flaws in Bangkok's security operation with contradictory information compromising the investigation. Read More

Malaysia’s Road Transport Department to Roll Out RFID to Combat Car Theft

Authorities are planning to embed a smart code tag inside the road tax sticker that can be tracked by satellites. Read More

Thailand Authorities to Launch Consultation on Security Guard Regulation

Thailand’s National Legislative Assembly is reportedly about to begin consultations over a bill for regulating security guards. Read More

Asia Accounts for 75% of World’s Piracy and Armed Robbery Incidents

The world witness a total of 245 attacks in 2014 of which Asia now accounts for up to 75 percent of all piracy and armed robbery (PAR) incidents, which is up from 60 percent in 2013. Read More

Malaysian Access Control Market Optimistic Over Next Five Years

Nevertheless, electronic door access control growth across the wider Asian region - in India, Australia and Malaysia in particular - was challenging in 2014, with little projected relief in 2015. Read More

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