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SRI examines impact of advanced technologies on physical security solutions

The Security Research Initiative (SRI) has just published its latest report entitled ‘The Evolution of Physical Security Measures: Assessing the Benefits and Implications’. The aim of the work was to develop a better understanding of the ways in which physical security measures...
Posted On 23 Oct 2019
Professor Martin Gill CSyP FSyI
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SRI publishes report on ‘The Barriers to Effective Buyer-Supplier Relationships in the Security Sector’

The latest report from the Security Research Initiative (SRI) – entitled ‘The Barriers to Effective Buyer-Supplier Relationships in the Security Sector’ – has now been published. The aim of the research was to identify and discuss the factors in the buyer-supplier relationship...
Posted On 04 Oct 2018
Professor Martin Gill CSyP FSyI
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Security Research Initiative focuses attentions on key considerations for security sector

The Security Research Initiative (SRI) has just published two reports addressing key considerations for the security industry. Together, the comprehensive documents seek to understand and highlight the ways in which private security can help protect the public – in both private...
Posted On 19 Sep 2017
Paul Harvey: Board director at Ultimate Security Services
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Ultimate Security Services partners with Security Research Initiative to advance sector standards

Private security company Ultimate Security Services has decided to become a partner of the hugely respected Security Research Initiative (SRI). This significant move reinforces the company’s commitment to service excellence underpinned by active investigation, analysis and...
Posted On 24 Jan 2017
Professor Martin Gill CSyP
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Security Research Initiative report examines private security’s role in tackling cyber crime

The latest Security Research Initiative (SRI) report highlights the crucial role that physical security suppliers and corporate security departments play in tackling cyber crime, albeit that this vital input often goes unrecognised. In a survey of both physical security...
Posted On 28 Sep 2016
Professor Martin Gill CSyP FSyI
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PRCI director Professor Martin Gill admitted to the Register of Chartered Security Professionals

Perpetuity Research and Consultancy International’s director Professor Martin Gill FSyI has been appointed as a Chartered Security Professional (CSyP). Professor Gill’s application was approved by The Security Institute and the Chartered Security Professionals’...
Posted On 29 Feb 2016
Professor Martin Gill
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“Security adds value which is vital for business” urges SRI’s latest research report

In its new report published as part of the influential Security Research Initiative (SRI) series, Perpetuity Research has explored the broader benefits of security beyond the protection of assets and found a number of ways in which security has generated income for host...
Posted On 23 Sep 2015
Professor Martin Gill
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‘What is the Value of Security in the Workplace?’: New survey launched by Perpetuity Research

As part of the Security Research Initiative (SRI), Perpetuity Research has launched a dedicated and detailed survey in a bold bid to fully understand how effective and efficient security does help – and, indeed, could be assisting – other areas of a given host business. Most...
Posted On 22 Jan 2015
Infologue.com has examined the turnovers of the UK's Top 30 regulated security companies in the private sector
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Infologue.com unveils 2014 Top 30 ‘league table’ of UK security companies

Due to the increasing popularity of the Infologue.com annual listing, the decision was taken to increase the ‘league table’ and feature 30 companies operating in a market where, in 2014, the regulated security sector has remained static in terms of turnover at £3.2...
Posted On 29 Dec 2014