Security Review #83 - is specially compiled for our subscribers to improve security know-how -
with Editor's Choice articles, crime prevention tips and more...
Editor's Choice Articles
Protect Duty - time to define the role of the security consultant
The Protect Duty will establish requirements for security professionals to carry out risk assessments and proportionate mitigation measures for Publicly Accessible Locations. But how do we identify who is a suitably qualified security professional to carry out this role?
Putting individuals at the heart of security
Three new initiatives from the Centre for the Protection of National Infrastructure (CPNI) are putting individuals at the heart of security for spotting concerning or suspicious behaviours that could endanger them, their colleagues, their customers or their organisations.

Close Protection - how to be seen and not noticed

There are several elements that need to be to be considered when protecting an individual, no matter their status or position in society or an organisation, to ensure you are seen but not noticed. CIS Security explain: Read more
Security Event to look out for
International Security Expo gives security professionals from across the world the chance to come together face-to-face under one roof to network, learn and discover the latest security solutions from the world's leading suppliers. Free to attend, there is no better way to stay ahead of the curve. Find out more

City Security magazine will have a joint stand with City of London Crime Prevention Association and CSSC in the Government Zone at the ISE, 27-28 September. Book your FREE ticket today and see us in person!
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