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Caribbean Safety & Security Net Launch New Website

By Sue Richards last modified Jul 10, 2017 08:04 PM
CSSN’s very dedicated team of volunteers launched a new website last month.

Published: 2017-07-10 00:00:00
Topics: Caribbean Sea , Piracy & Security

www.safetyandsecuritynet.org

Look familiar, but different?

It is, and to better reflect their independent and non-commercial mission, CSSN have changed the domain name from .com to .org . It’s time to update your bookmarks.

Those who go to .com will be automatically redirected to .org for a period of time, but go ahead and make the update now. And you will see that there has been much more than just a name change.

The new site is designed to deliver a wealth of content and features with improved speed and performance as well as other enhanced usability features. The site now utilizes the latest in web design to allow you the option of seamlessly navigating by scrolling down the home page to our most popular features. There are new report capabilities with more options to more easily select the information that is most relevant to you. And it’s all even more mobile friendly.

As always you can stay informed by subscribing to the CSSN popular and free email Alerts! Or follow them on social media, choose the channel that best suits you.

Tell a friend (or 2 or 3) about CSSN, the community grows stronger as awareness, usage and participation grow.

The CSSN welcome and appreciate feedback, so take a look and explore the newly designed and improved CSSN site, and

KNOW BEFORE YOU GO !

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