John Apter: chair of the Police Federation of England and Wales
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Police chiefs to hold emergency summit amid scourge of assaults on officers

The call for an emergency summit by police chiefs to improve officer safety in the wake of a spate of serious incidents is positive, but must be more than just words observes the Police Federation of England and Wales. Next month, the National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC) will...
Posted On 26 Aug 2019
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£1 million funding announced for academic innovations in aviation security

UK universities seeking to carry out cutting-edge research into the next generation of aviation security solutions are set to benefit from Government funding worth £1 million thanks to a joint initiative between the Department for Transport and the Home Office. The Future...
Posted On 26 Aug 2019
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“‘Unanswered’ call for justice two years after Grenfell Tower tragedy” states FBU

It has been two years since the start of the Grenfell Tower Inquiry, but no findings have yet been published, with the Fire Brigades Union (FBU) saying the Government has ‘utterly failed’ in not addressing fire safety concerns.   Matt Wrack, general secretary of the...
Posted On 26 Aug 2019
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Machine Learning and The Future of Security Management

We often question what drives the success behind enormous companies like Google and Amazon. A large part of the answer is machine learning, suggests Morgan Jay. These companies have quickly adopted machine learning, finding smarter ways to apply it and change the dynamic of how...
Posted On 26 Aug 2019
Steven Webb
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Security Convergence: Moving Towards Organisational Collaboration

In last month’s blog about digitalisation and cyber risk, the subject of convergence was touched on to explain a trend towards increasing organisational collaboration and merged management responsibilities to improve security. This is one example of convergence, a term...
Posted On 26 Aug 2019
Alistair Enser
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The Final Frontier: Brexit and Solving ‘The Irish Border Conundrum’

The border that currently separates Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland continues to be a fundamental sticking point in the ongoing Brexit negotiations. Could the use of cutting-edge security technology provide a workable solution that avoids a hard border? Alistair...
Posted On 26 Aug 2019
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67% of UK-based firms feel cyber security worries prevent new tech adoption

Over two-thirds (67%) of British companies feel that cyber security concerns prevent them from adopting new technology to grow their business faster. That’s according to a new report from EY based on a survey of 175 C-Suite executives at UK-based organisations. Cloud...
Posted On 26 Aug 2019
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Egress Survey: “Human error remains primary cause of personal data breaches”

Figures obtained via a Freedom of Information request and subsequently released by Egress, the provider of people-centric data security solutions, highlight rather concerning statistics on human error remaining the main cause of personal data breaches. The figures show that, of...
Posted On 26 Aug 2019
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Cranfield School of Management focuses on leadership skills in security

Are you considering upskilling your high-potential managers to build a leadership pipeline and your organisation’s strategic leadership capability? If so, the Cranfield School of Management invites you to discover more about the MSc in Business and Strategic Leadership for...
Posted On 26 Aug 2019
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Traka integrates with Gallagher to create lone central management platform

Traka has integrated with global technology specialist Gallagher’s powerful Command Centre system to enable end users to operate from one central platform when maintaining critical key and equipment management. The seamless integration with Gallagher Command Centre ensures...
Posted On 26 Aug 2019
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