BS 8484 – Raising the standard of lone worker security

Craig Swallow, chairman of the BSIA’s Lone Worker section, discusses the place of lone worker security in today’s world

James Kelly of the British Security Industry Association discusses lone working and some of the considerations that should be taken into account

With the IFSEC International exhibition fast approaching, James Kelly, chief executive of the British Security Industry Association, addresses the topic of ‘Safe Cities’ during the show

In many cases when a crime has taken place in a public place, CCTV has played an essential
 role in the investigation and has been known to help bring those involved to justice,
writes James Kelly, Chief Executive of the British Security Industry Association.

The need for a professional and dependable private security industry is crucial for protecting people, property and assets. To this end, the Security Industry Authority gives an update on its work on regulating, improving, and promoting the sector

The Perimeter Security Suppliers Association (PSSA) has introduced a verification scheme providing confidence to perimeter systems buyers and users that products meet internationally recognised standards. Ritchie Bignell explains the three elements of the verification process

IFSEC International 2013 celebrates the show’s 40th birthday, and as part of UBM’s Protection and Management Week will
 feature a host of security solutions.

James Kelly, chief executive of the British Security Industry Association (BSIA), discusses how integrated access control systems can provide multiple benefits when integrated with Building Energy Management Systems

Alex Carmichael, technical director at the BSIA, explains how security technology is helping to keep such lone workers safe.

Professor John Walker London Chapter ISACA Security Advisory Group and CTO of Secure-Bastion believes the days of external simplex threats have now given way to multi-faceted attack vectors.

Amanda Beesley from the British Security Industry Association, explains how modern security technology can help cut utility costs, as well as improve safety

Amanda Beesley from the British Security Industry Association, explains how modern security systems can help cut utility costs, as well as improve safety

Tony Ball, chairman, British Security Industry Association’s Crowd Management section, looks at some of the action the security sector has taken in the lead up to next year’s major event

James Kelly, chief executive of the British Security Industry Association, explains how investing in effective security solutions during an economic downturn will help organisations reduce losses

Daniel Hawtin of The Shredding Alliance explains secure document disposal, discusses how choosing the right supplier can save time and money, and evaluates the methods available

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