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IFSEC International 2017: Borders & Infrastructure Expo makes triumphant debut at ExCeL

No less than 27,658 security professionals and 578 exhibiting suppliers joined forces at IFSEC International 2017. Taking place at ExCeL in London’s Docklands from 20-22 June, the only large-scale security event running in Europe this year offered three days of product...
Posted On 01 Jul 2017
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National Crime Agency publishes 2017 analysis of serious and organised crime threats

The National Crime Agency has published its fourth annual public analysis of the nature and scale of serious and organised crime affecting the UK. The 2017 National Strategic Assessment has been put together using knowledge from across UK law enforcement, Government departments...
Posted On 01 Jul 2017
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Securitas takes security industry “into the future” with launch of Securitas Future Lab

Securitas has launched Securitas Future Lab on the web. Located at www.securitasfuturelab.com, the company is publishing a collection of the best ideas and new concepts from its global organisation. Security is changing and so is Securitas. Changing to better serve its customers...
Posted On 01 Jul 2017
Europol's headquarters in The Hague
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Europol and Institute of International Finance launch forum to mitigate financial crime threat

At Europol’s headquarters in The Hague, Europol and the Institute of International Finance (IIF) have launched a high-level forum involving the law enforcement and banking sectors to improve the interconnection between these two worlds in mitigating the threats posed by financial...
Posted On 01 Jul 2017
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One of UK’s largest-ever Counter-Terrorism briefings delivered by NWCTU in Manchester

On Friday 16 June around 750 professionals gathered at Manchester’s One Central Convention Complex for a Project Griffin briefing. Attendees emanated from a range of industry and business sectors – including retail, hospitality, entertainment and the travel world – in...
Posted On 01 Jul 2017
The High Court in London
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Liberty receives green light to challenge Government’s ‘Snoopers’ Charter’ in High Court

The High Court has granted Liberty permission to challenge part of the Government’s “extreme” mass surveillance regime with a judicial review of the Investigatory Powers Act. Liberty is challenging the mass collection of everybody’s communications data and Internet...
Posted On 01 Jul 2017