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Job – Cyber Security Professional in Brussels
Location: Brussels, Belgium
Job type: Contract
Category: Software Engineering
Job Reference: wg-456097
Posted on: 13 Dec 2017
About the Role:
Cyber Security engineer – Brussels/Liege – 3 months
My client based the Brussels area currently looking for a Cyber Security engineer for a 3 month contact.
Requirements for the role:
* Governing Risk analysis background
* Good knowledge of GDPR
* Certified CISSp
* Knowledge of ISO standard 27000 series
* English knowledge anything else is a bonus
Start date: January
Duration: 3 months
If you wish to be considered for the position available, please e-mail an up to date CV with a contact number to: or alternatively call on + xxxxxxx12 57. Please feel free to pass this advert on to other suitable candidates.
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28 Dec 17. Indonesia inducts 28m patrol vessel, two 18 m boats. The Indonesian Navy (Tentara Nasional Indonesia – Angkatan Laut, or TNI-AL) has received another 28m patrol vessel from Indonesian shipbuilder PT Tesco Indomaritim. The boat, which has been named KAL Pulau Siantan with pennant number II-4-52, was received on 27 December and inducted on the same day. Also handed over at the same occasion were two 18m ‘KMC Komando’ boats. All three have been inducted as non-commissioned vessels.
According to the TNI-AL, Pulau Siantan will be deployed for limited patrols to ensure the security of waters surrounding the Surabaya naval base, while the KMC Komando boats will be deployed to the regional naval outposts of Kupang and Tarempa respectively for personnel transportation duties. (Source: IHS Jane’s)
26 Dec 17. Philippines commissions two multi-mission vessels for HADR, fishery patrols. Key Points:
• The Philippines has bolstered its marine resources protection capabilities with two new 50 m patrol vessels
• Vessels can also be deployed for humanitarian assistance duties in the event of natural calamities
The Philippine government has commissioned two indigenously built 50 m patrol vessels that will be used to improve the country’s humanitarian assistance, and fishery resources protection capabilities. The platforms, which are referred to in the country as multi-mission offshore vessel (MMOVs), were commissioned on 21 December in a ceremony officiated by President Rodrigo Duterte at Sasa Wharf, Davao City. The vessels have been christened BRP Lapu-Lapu, and BRP Francisco Dagohoy respectively. The vessels will come under the responsibility of the Philippine Department of Agriculture-Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (DA-BFAR). However, Jane’s understands that the platforms will be operated by the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG), and jointly manned by crew from both the PCG and the DA-BFAR. Lapu-Lapu and Francisco Dagohoy were built by Navotas-based shipbuilder Josefas Slipways, based on a design by multi-national naval architectural firm Incat Crowther. Construction began in January 2016, and the vessels were subsequently launched in August.
The MMOV platform measures 50.5 m in overall length, 9 m in overall breadth, and has a hull draft of 1.95 m. Powered by two Mitsubishi S16R2-T2MPTK marine diesel engines driving two propellers, the platform can attain a top speed of 18kt, and a cruise speed of 15 kt. Each MMOV can accommodat