Jon Roadnight
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Drones: Why Is The Security Threat Posed Not Being Taken Seriously?

The threat horizon within the context of security risk management continually evolves, writes Jon Roadnight. Threats emerge largely in response to the identification of vulnerabilities. Those vulnerabilities are either perceived or real, but without a vulnerability or weakness,...
Posted On 26 Nov 2018
Jason Wakefield
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Security Regimes for Today’s Mail Rooms

What springs to mind when you think about building security? It’s always the usual suspects of CCTV, access control, intruder alarms, gates, barriers, panic alarms and security guarding, etc. All are common and have become essential in the uncertain and dangerous world in...
Posted On 17 Oct 2017
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Project Griffin counter-terrorism training organised by NaCTSO available for security personnel

The opportunity has arisen for security operatives to take part in counter-terrorism training as part of Project Griffin. The training is organised by the National Counter-Terrorism Security Office (NaCTSO). In addition, participants will be asked to help evaluate the...
Posted On 18 Aug 2017
The MINI Z is “the world’s first” handheld Z Backscatter Imaging System
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Scanna MSC appointed UK Channel Partner of AS&E for the MINI Z backscatter imaging system

Scanna MSC – the British manufacturer of portable and postal x-ray screening systems – has been appointed as an Authorised UK Channel Partner of AS&E for its MINI Z handheld backscatter imaging system. The MINI Z is “the world’s first handheld Z backscatter...
Posted On 26 Mar 2015