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Risk UK February 2016

News Analysis: European Counter-Terrorism Centre and The SOMEC Project. News Special: ASIS Europe 2016. Opinion: Variables in Risk Management. BSIA Briefing: The Future of Biometric Security. Developments in Convergence: Holistic Approaches for Security, Fire Safety and IT. IRM’s...
Posted On 03 Feb 2016
Jamie Wilson
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Policing, Politics… and a Point to Prove

The introduction of new technology is accepted by all parties involved as being wholly beneficial for UK policing. Indeed, the consequences of ignoring systems development are demonstrably myriad for law enforcement, but there’s still the fundamental challenge of...
Posted On 03 Feb 2016
Rendered computer model of the proposed Hinkley Point C power plant
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Corporate Risk Associates provides safety and risk consulting advice for Hinkley Point C project

Risk management consultancy Corporate Risk Associates (CRA) has been playing a key role in providing safety and risk consulting expertise for the EPR nuclear power station design that’s scheduled to be built at Hinkley Point C (HPC) in the UK. The independent security...
Posted On 03 Feb 2016
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“Security auditors should update risk-driven methodologies” urges SANS Institute expert

The SANS Spring London 2016 event is set to welcome a growing community of security auditors set to refresh their skills on the recently updated AUD507: Auditing and Monitoring Networks, Perimeters and Systems training course, which is one of eight security training tracks run by...
Posted On 03 Feb 2016
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CIPS Survey: UK businesses “woefully unprepared” for Modern Slavery Act’s reporting requirements

UK businesses are “woefully unprepared” for the Modern Slavery Act’s reporting requirement ahead of the key date of Friday 1 April. One-in-five UK supply chain managers are unaware of the new rules. 27% don’t fully understand what their business is required to...
Posted On 03 Feb 2016