Professor Malcolm Chalmers
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Brexit: What Next for Security in Europe?

As Britain has voted to begin negotiations around relinquishing its membership of the European Union (EU), Professor Malcolm Chalmers outlines the political and economic frameworks for these testy discussions ahead, as well as the pillars of a future settlement designed to uphold...
Posted On 20 Jul 2016
Phillip Wood MBE
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A Fork in the Road to Resilience

Given all of today’s current and recurrent issues, are we able to realistically plan to protect ourselves against the possibilities and realities of security risk? Is it in fact realistic in any way to think that we can effectively protect or otherwise prevent our organisational...
Posted On 20 Jul 2016
Brian Sims BA (Hons) Hon FSyI: Editor of Risk Xtra
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Ready for Brexit?

Thursday 23 June was a landmark occasion. The UK’s electorate took part in the European Union (EU) Referendum to decide the future fate of our membership within that Union, an institution of which we’ve been an essential element since the early 1970s. Collectively, the nation...
Posted On 20 Jul 2016
Shaun Oakes
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Biometric Access Control for ISO 27001 Accreditation

Addressing the readers of Risk UK, Shaun Oakes explains how access control is a vital factor for those organisations presently working towards ISO 27001 accreditation. The security of information or data storage is becoming increasingly important to every organisation with their...
Posted On 20 Jul 2016
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20,000 users registered on SIA’s new licensing website in first two weeks of operation

Since the new Security Industry Authority (SIA) licensing application website was launched on Wednesday 6 July, 20,000 individuals and 660 businesses have registered and set up their accounts. The SIA has also received nearly 6,000 licence applications and issued over 1,900...
Posted On 20 Jul 2016
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Sodexo announces support for Stoddart Review of FM and workplace productivity

The Stoddart Review was launched at the BIFM’s annual ThinkFM conference back in May and is an initiative with a single goal – to make the UK’s C-Suite appreciate the role of facilities management and real estate in ongoing workplace productivity. The Stoddart Review has...
Posted On 20 Jul 2016
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Ultimate Security wins prestigious Broadgate Estates guarding contract valued at £20 million

Broadgate Estates has appointed Ultimate Security Services as its new partner for security guarding services at two of the property specialist’s key developments, namely More London and London Bridge City. The three-year deal is worth £4 million per annum. The contract,...
Posted On 20 Jul 2016