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Cyber warfare “poses greater threat than ever” in 2020 warns Control Risks

The proliferation of a wide variety of cyber threats will make a high impact, cyber-enabled assault on critical infrastructure almost certain in 2020. This is one of the key forecasts made in RiskMap 2020, the global outlook for political and security risks in the year ahead...
Posted On 11 Dec 2019
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NSI invites comment on draft Code of Practice for provision of labour in security and events sector

The National Security Inspectorate (NSI) is inviting comment on its new draft Code of Practice, NCP 119, for the provision of labour in the security and events sector. The draft Code has been developed in response to recent feedback and evidence of poor practices potentially...
Posted On 24 Oct 2019
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Drum Cussac’s World Risk Map reveals most dangerous destinations for travellers in 2019

Drum Cussac, the global travel risk consultancy “responsible for 15 million lives on a daily basis”, has released its 2019 World Risk Map highlighting which countries pose the most risk to travellers. Countries have been ranked from least to most risky using 20...
Posted On 07 Nov 2018
Rick McElroy
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Risk Management: Five Questions for CEOs in 2018

There’s not a CEO on the planet who doesn’t have security high on their business agenda as we move into 2018. The combination of escalating cyber attacks and new privacy legislation means that CEOs are being held accountable for the resilience of their organisation and the...
Posted On 08 Jan 2018
John Davies
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Security around The Internet of Things “demands serious consideration”

Nobody would doubt that the integration of physical and logical security has proven to be highly beneficial for both disciplines. With The Internet of Things (IoT) promising exponential growth and options for systems integration far beyond this, there also needs to be a word of...
Posted On 01 Oct 2015