Police are warning that the terrorist threat facing Britain remains severe despite a drop in terror arrests.
Jeremy Fleming has warned that the threat from Russia to the international community is ‘real’ and ‘active’.
Perran Bonner questions whether the speed of UAV technology advances is helping or hindering security services
Our Panel of Experts look at the growth of the Internet of Things and the potential benefits and pitfalls of connected devices
When inheriting out-dated communication equipment and faced with demanding financial constraints – What price Life Safety?
The Home Office has set a new strategic direction for the ESN following an in-depth review, which will save the public £200 million a year.
The imminent release from prison of Anjem Choudary and other supporters of the banned extremist group al-Muhajiroun has raised security concerns.
The independent Commission for Countering Extremism has confirmed that it will launch a public consultation and study into all forms of extremism.
A new fleet of robots and drones designed to test for chemical agents and identify casualties have been trialled.
Major General Felix Gedney says the fall of remaining ISIS strongholds in Syria will not mean that the danger of ISIS is over.
On 27 September, the United Kingdom Rescue Organisation Challenge crosses the Severn Bridge into the dragon’s lair of South Wales
The International Security Expo provides a unique platform for the entire security industry to come together to source products and share experience
Martin Iversen explores how the role of a CRO is becoming increasingly vital in building resilience across industry, commerce and communities
The ability of the latest developments in deep learning and neural networks to detect suspicious behaviour looks set to revolutionise law enforcement.
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