Remote Radicalisation: Mitigating the risks

James Kelly discusses the importance of ensuring that there is a basic level of physical defence at all times

Protecting the public this Christmas

Iain Moran looks at the importance of keeping the public safe during the festive period amidst times of heightened security

Current national security challenges

Professor Anthony Glees explores the current security threats to the UK and how security should be maintained in Brexit negotiations

UK Security Week launches in March 2018

International security professionals will gather in London in March 2018 to help tackle the growing threat facing nations and businesses.

Countering terrorism is an intelligence war

Knowing your enemy is critical to stopping terrorism, says Philip Ingram ahead of November's UK Security Expo

Terrorism trends explored at IFSEC

In light of recent events, IFSEC International investigates five alarming terror trends and what they mean for counter terror strategies

Public safety in crowded places

With UK Security Expo opening its doors at London’s Olympia venue on 30 November, the show organisers reveal best practice advice on how to manage the issue of public security at large events

Defence exports

Counter Terror Business talks to Stephen Phipson, head of UKTI DSO, for an update on the UK’s defence exports.

Geoff Zeidler, immediate past chair of the British Security Industry Association, who leads the Police and Security (PaS) Initiative, discusses the topic of ‘Safe Cities’

The security profession needs the understanding and support from the public to be effective at what it does, writes the Security Institute’s David Thorp

Crowd management is a key aspect of ensuring the smooth running of any stadium-based event. After all, maintaining a positive atmosphere is paramount to retaining fans again and again over time. But how do you get the balance?

Siân Evans from the British Security Industry Association examines the UK’s presence in the international security market

Given the continued heightened threat level in place in the UK, when it comes to providing protection against a potential terrorist attack, the ability to effectively secure a crowded place or facility is of great concern and utmost importance.

Stephen Munden, manager of the PSSA’s Verification Scheme, reviews some challenges and changes in Hostile Vehicle Mitigation, including the publication of two International Workshop Agreements

Anthony Rabbitt, Chairman of the training providers section of the British Security Industry Association (BSIA), explores security training courses and how
 they are aiding counter-terror efforts


Supplier Profiles


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