Policing and Counter Terror
Ippso's Chris Phillips discusses the changing role of the UK's police force and the counter terror capabilities they should possess.
Predicting where terror attacks are coming from is nigh-on impossible. The Business Continuity Institute's Andrew Scott discusses the before and after of business continuity in an event crisis.
The Hauge welcomed the border protection industry between 8-10 December for the 4th World Borderpol Congress
University professor Hamed El-Said shares his thoughts on the issue that traditional approaches to fighting terrorism are not working, and instead argues that countering radicalisation in the first place is a better approach to the problem
Professor Mike Jackson, IT and cyber security expert at Birmingham City University’s Business School, examines the proposed ‘Investigatory Powers Bill’ and asks what this means for public privacy
Geoff Zeidler, past chair of the British Security Industry Association, discusses the topic of ‘Safe Cities’ and the work that’s currently underway to develop best practice in London