Protecting airports against vehicle attacks

With vehicle-related attacks on the rise, Gavin Hepburn discusses best practice for airport security officials looking to upgrade their retrospective solutions

Tracking terrorism trends: Successes and failures

With the Westminster attack inquest continuing, why is it that vehicular terrorism and airport attacks have taken different trajectories?

Although some Airports already heave systems in place, Liquid Explosive Detection Systems vendors hold their breath as EC ponders deadline, writes Chris Yates, principal, Yates Consulting

EU regulation requires that airports install LAGs capable screening solutions at transit airports by end April 2011 but where are they? And who’s wagging the dog’s tail at the EU?

With recent real and potential terrorist threats towards the aviation sector Chris Yates, principal, Yates Consulting, explores disconnected dots, clean skins and dirty filthy money

James Kelly, chief executive of the British Security Industry Association reminds us of what steps should be taken to ensure vulnerable sites such as airports are effectively protected

With extensive premises and a large transient population, a range of security measures are needed in order to ensure that both staff and travellers are safe while at an airport

Ashley Smith, the BSIA’s Civil Aviation Security Section Chairman, examines the various measures that are available to enhance an airport’s security system

Threat profiling and the intelligent use of technology by Dr. James Ionson

Brodie Clark, head of the Border Force, discusses how technology is being used to strengthen the UK’s border control

The race is on to identify advanced screening technologies that can detect explosive threats in liquid, aerosol and gel products