Nearly half of businesses suffered one cyber attack last year

43 per cent of businesses and 19 per cent of charities suffered a cyber breach or attack in the past 12 months.

Canadian police question van driver

25-year-old Alek Minassian is being questioned by Canadian police after killing 10 pedestrians in a van attack in northern Toronto.

£1.5 million contract extension for Safetell

Safetell Limited has announced a formal contract extension for the supply of physical security equipment to the London Stock Market.

£80 million computer system boost for RAF

The Ministry of Defence will invest up to £80 million in a new computer system to boost the RAF’s speed and accuracy.

Police to get greater powers to fight terrorist attack

Leaked papers claim that police and security services are to get more powers to stop terror attacks at an earlier stage.

Criminal ‘arms race’ making firearms more accessible to terrorists

A criminal ‘arms race’ in Europe is making the availability of high-powered, military grade firearms more easily obtainable to terrorists.

Specialist firearms to be in use for Royal Wedding

British Transport Police will deploy specialist firearms units at key railway stations for the Royal Wedding on 19 May.

Tougher security sought for summer events

57 per cent of British residents want to see tougher public security put in place ahead of major outdoor summer events.

Brothers sentenced for terrorism offences

Two brothers have pleaded guilty to collection of information, preparation of terrorist acts and dissemination of terrorist publications.

Police launch counter terror campaign with retailers

The ACT Awareness eLearning campaign will see police chiefs work with major retailers around the country teaching how to deal with atrocities.

Man arrested by Counter Terrorism Command

A 27-year-old man has been arrested by the Metropolitan Police’s Counter Terrorism Command on suspicion of preparation of terrorist acts.

Allies strike chemical weapon facility in Syria

RAF forces have joined the US and France in a precision strike on Syrian installations, following the recent chemical weapon attack.

UK used as a reference for Counter Terror Response

HMICFRS said the UK counter terrorism network has capabilities that are 'unmatched internationally' and claims that other countries’ have examined at the UK’s command arrangements in detail

A separation centre has opened at HMP Full Sutton, allowing offenders with extremist views to be separated from the mainstream prisoner population

New measures will include a ban on the sale of the most dangerous corrosive products to under-18s

Project Servator goes live across whole of London

Project Servator is now operating across the entirety of London, helping police to better deter, detect and disrupt terrorism in the capital.


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