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Riskline reports inform female business travellers on security and risk mitigation

Female business travellers have a valuable new resource to advise and support them when travelling and working abroad. The Female Traveller Safety Reports, launched by travel risk intelligence company Riskline, are a new addition to a series of detailed country-specific reports...
Posted On 07 Aug 2019
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NCA reports £40 million heroin seizure in wake of international operation

An international law enforcement investigation has resulted in one of the largest ever seizures of heroin in the UK. National Crime Agency (NCA) intelligence had identified a container vessel suspected of carrying a large drugs shipment en route to Antwerp. The vessel docked in...
Posted On 07 Aug 2019
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Remote Risk Monitoring: Managing Water Leaks in the Cloud

From 2012 up until 2017, approximately 10% of water leak detection systems were equipped with the ability to send external notifications, using GSM technology to deliver this service. Since that time, cloud technology has become increasingly reliable for the delivery of data that...
Posted On 07 Aug 2019
Jaime de Gouveia
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Jaime de Gouveia takes on business development manager’s role at Incentive Lynx

Incentive Lynx, the specialist security arm of Incentive FM Group, has appointed Jaime de Gouveia to the position of business development manager as the company embarks on the next stage of its growth. Within his new role, de Gouveia will be tasked with working alongside new and...
Posted On 07 Aug 2019
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5G: The Need for Next Generation Security to Combat Cyber Threats

Rest assured that 5G is coming. It promises to be faster with less latency and better support for applications such as the Internet of Things (IoT) than any of its predecessors, asserts Gunter Reiss. It will be strikingly faster than 4G, and this will be particularly obvious when...
Posted On 07 Aug 2019
Neil Williams
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Examining The Future for Deferred Prosecution Agreements

Sometimes, the best ideas just don’t turn out to be as good in practice as they were either on paper or in the heads of those who devised them in the first instance. So far, 2019 seems to be the year that Deferred Prosecution Agreements (DPAs) have joined the list of things that...
Posted On 07 Aug 2019
Abbey Petkar
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Protection for Politicians: The Route to Maintaining a True Democracy

According to official figures, 342 crimes towards MPs and their staff were committed in 2018 and, just four months into 2019, that number was already at 152. Here, Abbey Petkar considers the security challenges faced by our political representatives and goes in search of some...
Posted On 07 Aug 2019