Adam Vincent
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Cyber Security in the Manufacturing Sector: The Post-Brexit Outlook

We’re all very well aware of the potential economic impacts of Brexit, but the impending political and regulatory upheaval goes deeper than that. Cyber security could also be affected by a disorderly exit from the EU as the UK’s information exchange with partners around the world...
Posted On 19 Mar 2019
Steve Loughney
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Alarming News… Is Anyone Listening?

Fire safety experts have long queried why people don’t respond to siren-based alarms, with voice evacuation systems often mooted as being the better alternative when it comes to relaying information and prompting quicker reactions from affected individuals during an...
Posted On 16 Mar 2019
Amanda McCloskey
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The Rules of Staff Engagement

Carefully thought through engagement has always been necessary for the effective management of remote officers in the private security industry. Nowadays, though, with some office-based employees opting to work from home, there’s also an increasing number of remote support staff...
Posted On 14 Mar 2019
Mike Bluestone CSyP
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Corporate Security: Unfurling the Resilience Umbrella

Economic crises and consumer trends are just a couple of the pitfalls that can dramatically affect the way in which a given organisation does business and survives. As Mike Bluestone duly observes, resilience is the key for any business wanting to thrive in an ever-changing...
Posted On 13 Mar 2019
Aziz Rahman
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Is the Serious Fraud Office Offering Value for Money?

Whether the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) is value for money is a question that’s being asked following developments that could give ammunition to its detractors, asserts Aziz Rahman. The SFO has just announced that it has dropped investigations into Rolls-Royce and drugs...
Posted On 04 Mar 2019
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CCTV in Austerity: What Price Public Space Surveillance?

Law enforcement regimes across the UK typically involve a mixture of the human presence meshed with the use of technology. This is certainly true at the local authority level, where policing and CCTV have operated in tandem for many years. However, as Derek Maltby suggests, it...
Posted On 28 Feb 2019
Jamie Wilson
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Funding, Skills and Technology: Are the Stars Aligning for a Major Digital Transformation of Policing in 2019?

Last October, Alison Saunders – the outgoing Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) – was interviewed by The Times. It was pointed out that: “Britain’s most senior prosecutor has admitted the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) and the police cannot cope with the enormous...
Posted On 26 Feb 2019
Uri Guterman
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Analogue Surveillance Cameras: Bucking the IP Network Trend

Uri Guterman addresses the reason why analogue-based CCTV systems are still in favour more than a decade after many industry commentators predicted that IP network-based video surveillance would very quickly become the automatic choice for consultants, system designers,...
Posted On 26 Feb 2019
James Burnell-Nugent
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The Role of the Board in Crisis Management

The Board of Directors is responsible for assuring business viability. A crisis event could call that into question. Andrew Griffin, a partner in Deloitte’s Crisis and Resilience practice, puts some key questions on this matter to Admiral Sir James Burnell-Nugent, formerly...
Posted On 25 Feb 2019
Anthony Perridge
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Four Reasons Why CISOs Should Adopt The A.R.T. of Cyber Threat Intelligence

For today’s modern organisations, data has never been so valuable but, sadly, it’s also a valuable commodity for cyber criminals, asserts Anthony Perridge. The data held within your organisation is now more dynamic than ever. However, the bad news is that this truism...
Posted On 21 Feb 2019