CTB Issue 22

CTB Issue 22

Counter Terrorism
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

Cyber Security
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

Safe Cities
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

CTB Issue 21

CTB Issue 21

Terrorist profiling
Dr Paul Gill’s new book Lone Actor Terrorists: A behavioural analysis seeks to build upon a strand of research examining lone-actor terrorism and a scientific approach to terrorist behaviour

Airport Security
The British Security Industry Association’s James Kelly discusses the importance of civil aviation security and how airports ensure the safety of staff and passenger

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

Counter Terror Business Issue 20

CTB Issue 20

Cargo Crime
Terrorism and theft don’t always go hand-in-hand but in the supply chain, any infiltration of goods in transit by road, air, sea or rail could just as easily be exploited by people with either intent, writes Laurence Brown, executive director of the Transported Asset Protection Association

Drone Technology
Can drone technology, under proper legal regulation, deliver significant benefits for the UK’s national security policy and economy? A report from the University of Birmingham Policy Commission examines the issue

Counter Terror Expo
Understanding and combating terror threats is a critical priority for civil, military and private sector stakeholders. Counter Terror Expo 2015 leads the way in mitigating the threat of terrorism