Infrastructure security: securing our future

The British Security Industry Association discusses the importance of protecting national infrastructure and the businesses supporting it

Terrorist threats to the water sector

Catherine Laug, marketing and communications manager for LOCKEN, examines the genuine terrorist risk to our water infrastructure

IFSEC International returns to London’s ExCeL Centre on 21-23 June. Here, IFSEC Global explores how criminal gangs are abandoning traditional crimes in favour of cyber crime.

James Kelly, of the British Security Industry Association, discusses the importance of procuring a security supplier from a trusted source and shares some of the Association’s success stories.

Exciting new plans unveiled for 2016

Taking place from 21-23 June, IFSEC International and FIREX International will once again bring together the leading suppliers, associations and thought leaders from the security and counter terrorism world in one place at London’s ExCeL. Counter Terror Business previews this years show.

Tony Berning of OPSWAT outlines a secure data workflow which organisations can implement in order to balance their security needs against their operational requirements

An attack against a critical asset has the potential to be catastrophic for the security of the nation, writes Security Institute member Charles Swanson

Securing our country’s valuable network of crucial supplies is essential, particularly in the face of the continued threats of terrorism and natural disaster.

NaCTSO has developed the ‘Know Your Customer’ - a voluntary scheme to raise awareness about the potential for misuse of chemicals & products used or supplied in the course of legitimate business.

Utilities companies must adopt security solutions with longevity, supplied by reliable and expert security providers. Mike Sussman, Chairman of the BSIA Access Control section, explains how.