Webinar recording: virtual robbery
Sadly anyone, or any business, can become the victim of a cyberattack or fraud. During this "virtual robbery" webinar, ITIC’s Robert Hodge and Christopher Crane from Ince discuss the mechanics behind cyberattacks...
Webinar: Brexit update for the German market
This webinar has been postponed. Please note that this webinar will be in German. Praktische Auswirkungen des Brexits auf die Dienstleister in der Schiffahrt
Circular: Changes to bank details
ITIC has previously issued circulars warning members of fraudulent messages altering bank details. Unfortunately ITIC has continued to receive reports of these frauds and accordingly is reminding members to be vigilant.
Webinar: French naval architecture claims
Please note that this webinar will be in French. La responsabilité professionnelle (actuelle ou prétendue) de l’architecte navale ; quand ça se passe mal, qui paye pour les pots cassés?
Webinar: Virtual robbery - cyber fraud
ITIC, in association with Ince, are delighted to invite you to the webinar 'Virtual robbery - ITIC cyber fraud webinar' on Wednesday 24 February at 1000 (London time).
Webinar recording: Arresting developments - debt recovery
ITIC’s Mark Brattman discusses ship arrest in the Netherlands, the Middle East and the USA with George Chalos of Chalos & Co, Mohamed El Hawawy of Ince & Co Middle East (Dubai) and Richard van ’t Zelfde of Caland Advocaten.
Ship Management International column - Cyber risk on managed ships - IMO 2021 – be prepared!
The following article appears in the November/December 2020 edition of Ship International.
We are hiring! ITIC Legal Advisor
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Press release: The phone remains a useful weapon against fraud, advises ITIC
Cyber-crime connected with fraudulent demands for payments continue to plague the maritime sector as a large claim handled by the International Transport Intermediaries Club (ITIC) demonstrates.
ITIC circular: Payment of premium
We are increasingly noticing that payments of premium are being sent to the wrong bank account (UK and not Europe), being made for the wrong amount or are being paid with insufficient details to enable the accurate allocation of the cash against the ledgers.
Press release: Don’t trust important information to individual emails, says ITIC
The International Transport Intermediaries Club (ITIC) warns of the dangers of allowing important information to be sent to individual email addresses with no back-up.