How to respond to a data breach and come out unscathed

Paul Cahill outlines his best-practice tips for how to minimise the business and reputational fallout of a cyber breach

Could some surveillance help crime deterrence?

Is a total moratorium on CCTV facial recognition a necessary measure? When used responsibly and properly, perhaps not says the BSIA

Physical security solutions and non-violent protests

Iain Moran discuss how physical security solutions can protect non-violent protestors without unduly draining public resources

Stay safe, get smart: the move to smart cities

Using surveillance technology, how do you make the move from safe city to smart city in these cash-strapped times?

Safeguarding the public this festive season

With this year’s Christmas markets just around the corner, visitor safety and security is at the forefront of organisers’ minds, writes Iain Moran

Stepping up security for Chinese New Year

Gavin Hepburn, director at ATG Access, describes the importance of ensuring the public is kept safe during the UK’s Chinese New Year celebrations

Is the NCSC doing enough to protect us from today’s cyber threats?

In its annual review, the NCSC reported preventing a total of 79,567 attacks. But how successful has the organisation been? David Warburton discusses

Protecting the public this Christmas

Iain Moran looks at the importance of keeping the public safe during the festive period amidst times of heightened security

How should cities respond to urban vehicular attacks?

Martin Coward, of the University of Manchester, discusses the upturn in vehicle related attacks and how cities can respond to them

The importance of effective events security

There has never been a more important time to stress the vital role that security products and personnel play in keeping events secure, says James Kelly.

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

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