Take care not to stereotype terrorism – it has many forms, warns Dr Dave Sloggett, speaker at this year’s Emergency Services Show

Border control and military applications feature prominently in top-level conference programme, 19-21 October

With the Vancouver Winter Olympics now a fading memory and the long-awaited World Cup over, the British Security Industry Association’s project director for 2012, David Evans, investigates what security challenges may lie ahead for London in 2012

Over 200 senior representatives from the police and other emergency services, government departments and Olympic partners recently completed a major national exercise to test event security preparedness

HMG Security Policy Framework, published by the Cabinet Office in May 2010, outlines the mandatory security requirements and management arrangements to which all government departments and agencies must adhere. CTB Magazine summarises its Counter Terrorism chapter

Mike Sussman, Chairman of the BSIA’s Access Control Section discusses how to ensure unauthorised individuals cannot enter restricted areas

Chris Yates discusses the near constant battle to protect commercial shipping in an area of the world blighted by almost continual acts of piracy

The Emergency Services Show is a unique event promoting multi-agency collaboration by bringing together everyone in the UK that’s involved in an emergency

How can we encourage businesses to protect themselves from
an attack that most see as unlikely and some see as non-existent? Written by Chris Phillips, head of the National Counter Terrorism Security Office.

Transport Security Expo focuses on the big challenges in delivering effective system-wide security


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