Simon Chapman
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Staff Crime and Combating ‘The Insider Threat’

‘The Insider Threat’ is a hot topic of concern both for the Security Services and for security and risk professionals working within major public and private sector organisations. Setting up effective counter-measures for staff crime – whether the motivation for such...
Posted On 15 Apr 2016
Phillip Wood MBE
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The Inherent Dangers of Seduction

The swift pace of life today coupled with the overriding requirement in the business world to remain in constant contact might open us up to being targeted by those who would steal our identities, money or other highly valued possessions. Phillip Wood outlines why, on occasion,...
Posted On 15 Apr 2016
Peter Webster
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Have We Heard The Last of Business Licensing?

With the consultation period for the Security Industry Authority’s comprehensive Draft Corporate Plan now closed for comment, Peter Webster explains why he hopes that the omission of business licensing-focused comment means we’ve heard the last of the idea. Friday 11 March 2016...
Posted On 15 Apr 2016
Brian Sims BA (Hons) Hon FSyI: Editor of Risk Xtra
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Eyes To The Right

The latest detailed study conducted by the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) reveals how lone actor terrorists are often less secretive than might be expected. It argues that their behaviour and activity can provide warnings of extreme views or even an ‘intention to act’,...
Posted On 15 Apr 2016