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NCA secures multi-million pound asset portfolio following proceeds of crime investigation

Property worth up to £8.1 million – including a villa in Tenerife, a Range Rover Evoque and 16 addresses in and around Bath in Somerset – have been recovered by the National Crime Agency (NCA) following a civil recovery and tax investigation. Four members of the same...
Posted On 14 Nov 2019
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Enterprise Security Risk Management: A Security Programme Maturity Model

As one of its stated strategic initiatives, ASIS International has been actively involved in promoting the adoption of Enterprise Security Risk Management (ESRM). ESRM is a strategic security programme management approach that ties an organisation’s security practice to its...
Posted On 05 Jul 2019
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Infosecurity Europe 2019 puts ‘human factor’ firmly under the spotlight

Technology is only one part of the cyber security puzzle. People contribute significantly to risk, as well as to an organisation’s ability to protect itself against myriad threats. This is precisely why the ‘human factor’ will be a key focus at Infosecurity Europe...
Posted On 09 Apr 2019
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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
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Mitie Total Security Management introduces bespoke City Class protection service

Mitie’s Total Security Management (TSM) business division has launched City Class, a tailored security service for City-based clients. The new offer was introduced at The Kurtzman Club, one of the company’s thought leadership gatherings which took place at the...
Posted On 28 Jun 2017
John Davies
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Physical Security as a Service: The Concept

There are tell-tale signs that the way in which we all buy our products and services is changing. The concept of buying and owning a service product is increasingly looking antiquated, as consumers are focusing more and more on the outcome rather than the tools needed to achieve...
Posted On 18 Mar 2017
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Legislation aimed at confronting criminal finances and corruption published by Home Office

Law enforcement agencies will be given new powers to seize the proceeds of crime and demand criminals explain the origins of their wealth under new legislation that has just been issued by the Conservative Government. The Criminal Finances Bill will also strengthen the...
Posted On 18 Oct 2016
Peter Webster
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Unlocking the Power of the Workforce

We spend a significant proportion of our lives at work and, if you work for the entirety of your adult life until pensionable age here in the UK, you could be engaged in some form of paid employment for almost 50 years. Peter Webster outlines the importance of empowering the...
Posted On 10 Feb 2016
Police forces are highlighting the opportunity for businesses to complete an Impact Statement for Business
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Police forces highlight opportunity for completion of ISBs on outcomes of criminality

Police forces are highlighting the opportunity for companies to complete an Impact Statement for Business, setting out the effects that a particular crime has had in respect of direct financial loss, operational disruption and reputational damage. Courts will then take the Impact...
Posted On 23 Sep 2015