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It only takes one attack to damage an organisation. Physical perimeter security measures are often the first line of defence against a malicious attack because it protects infrastructure, people and assets and ensures business continuity.
The ability of the latest developments in deep learning and neural networks to detect suspicious behaviour looks set to revolutionise law enforcement.
In today’s world of uncertainty, our infrastructure plays a large part in keeping both the public and buildings of importance safe and to do this without scaring people or making the area an eyesore is a careful balancing act that government authorities and associated agencies are constantly thinking about.
Following recent incidents across London, The Centre for the Protection of National Infrastructure (CPNI) made strong recommendations to government and businesses to review security plans to make sure they are as robust as possible.
There is no one answer to crime as it’s is always evolving; what might be ‘future-proofed’ as a security strategy today could be deemed ineffective tomorrow.
With five terror attacks last year in the UK and a further 10 thankfully thwarted by the UK security services, 2018 will see an increase in demand for manned guarding services as well as innovative, technical intelligence-led security solutions.