Uri Guterman
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SD Cards: The Unsung Heroes of Video Surveillance

SD cards are small and tucked away, but we should never take them for granted as they can make a significant contribution towards end users achieving maximum benefit from their video surveillance systems. Here, Uri Guterman sings the praises of SD cards and provides some...
Posted On 24 Sep 2018
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Why Today’s CEOs Must Pay Attention to Security Programmes

There are various questions CEOs should be asking their teams when it comes to cyber security. Some of them concentrate on how organisations are managing risks, the evolution of the budget and understanding the Top Five risks (or high-risk areas) within the business. Here, Rick...
Posted On 18 Sep 2018
Joe Sullivan
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Why Risk Managers Are Suddenly Interested in Property Portfolios

Risk managers have a new weapon in their arsenals – real estate. The use of property strategy as a tool for risk management is a relatively new trend, writes Joe Sullivan, but it’s one that’s expected to see significant growth as more businesses understand the new...
Posted On 07 Sep 2018
Jeremy Fleming: director of GCHQ
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Securing the Next Generation of Technology

Here, Jeremy Fleming writes about the unparalleled opportunities and challenges we face as the world becomes ever more digitally connected. With the globalisation of technology, Fleming explains how GCHQ will continue to work with businesses, technology companies, academia and...
Posted On 28 Aug 2018
Louise McCree
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Women in Security: The Approach to Inclusion

According to a recent survey by market analyst Frost & Sullivan, security remains a notoriously male-dominated industry with women comprising only 11% of the global security workforce and 7% across Europe. In particular, there seems to be a lack of women in senior roles....
Posted On 28 Aug 2018
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‘The Power of Communication’: The Importance of Critical Event Management Platforms

Critical events were commonplace across the world last year, ranging from major weather episodes such as Hurricane Irma through to large-scale cyber attacks and on again to the shocking terrorist attacks in London, Manchester, America and Sweden, not to mention many other...
Posted On 15 Aug 2018
Steve Bell
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Investing in Quality Security Systems: How Can You Prove ‘The Gold Standard’?

Quality is now a big selling point for security systems, due at least in part to increased corporate and personal liability in today’s workplaces. All solution manufacturers will claim that they produce quality products for their customers, but how can purchasing end users...
Posted On 15 Aug 2018
Anton Pieterse: managing director of Safetell
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The Risk Xtra Interview: Anton Pieterse (Safetell) (Part Two)

Anton Pieterse is the managing director of Safetell, the specialist physical security provider of counter-terrorism and target hardening solutions for risk mitigation professionals serving organisations, Governments and businesses alike. With over 30 years’ experience, Safetell...
Posted On 26 Jul 2018
Anton Pieterse: managing director of Safetell
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The Risk Xtra Interview: Anton Pieterse (Safetell) (Part One)

Anton Pieterse is the managing director of Safetell, the specialist physical security provider of counter-terrorism and target hardening solutions for risk mitigation professionals serving organisations, Governments and businesses alike. With over 30 years’ experience,...
Posted On 26 Jul 2018
Paul Darby
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Outdated VPN Remote Access: Putting CNI Organisations at Risk

When Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) were first developed back in the 1990s, the idea was to extend the LAN to employees’ home offices and hotels as they hit the road. This meant giving employees remote access to everything their company network had to offer, just as if...
Posted On 16 Jul 2018