CTB Panel of Experts: critical communications

How can organisations be sure of a reliable communications service when network coverage is disrupted by a terrorist attack?

CTB Panel of Experts: critical communications

CTB takes a looks at the stability and flexibility of mission critical communications and how organisations can ensure that mission critical communications remain secure and ‘hack proof’

Improving public safety through technology partnerships

One of the most important tools against the terrorist threat is our technology, says Ian Thompson, chief executive of British APCO

Evolution of terrorists’ use of the Internet

Amy-Louise Watkin & Joe Whittaker examine how terrorists use social media to reach audiences less familiar with the deep, dark web

Social media and the protection of crowded places

Professor Jon Coaffee discusses the use of social media in counter terrorism operations

Crisis communications in the digital age

Is social media a help or hindrance? The Emergency Planning Society discuss crisis communications as a security aid

A new era of developing critical communications

The 18th annual Critical Communications World, a leading conference and exhibition dedicated to critical communications, opens its doors at the RAI Amsterdam this May.

Security of communications services is essential. TETRA (Terrestrial Trunked Radio) builds on the inherent security strengths of digital technology, says Phil Kidner, CEO of TETRA

What part do technical standards play in developing communication solutions suited to counter-terror and high-end security applications? asks specialist consultant Andrew Clark

Supplier Profiles

Me and You Education

Me and You Education is a collaboration between two companies with divergent backgrounds that provides deep insights into the murky and complex world of Counter Terrorism.