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Maintaining vigilance

Recently Europe has again been rocked by terror attacks. Terrorists have struck in Tunisia, massacaring European citizens, the police have been targeted, as has the Jewish Community. Mike Bluestone, director of Corps Consult, explains how training can help prevent this The current government ...

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Big Brother is watching you….

It is often said that Britons are amongst the most spied upon people in the world. CCTV cameras loom on every high street. But monitoring and surveillance isn’t limited to cameras, monitoring of e-mails and internet use is rife and ...

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A secure future

2014 continued to see an increased use of technology within the security sector, a trend supported by the higher levels of integration between all sectors of the security trade, from physical to digital, computing to electrical. John Roddy, CEO of The Shield ...

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Cyber Warfare

With cybersecurity threats and attacks becoming an increasingly common occurrence Paul Bates, technical manager, Integrations Solution Centre at Schneider Electric asks whether you are leaving your building management system open to attack? Cybersecurity breaches are becoming an increasingly common occurrence and ...

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Paper Plain Wrong

With an unprecedented amount of sensitive information printed and shared around the office on a daily basis, much of it left in easy to access places, taken on public transport and rarely disposed of appropriately, it has become clear that ...

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Controlling Access

FMJ brings you advice from industry expert Kate Tompsett of Secure Engineering on how to make the most of your access control systems whilst making sure you are legally compliant Access control is the name commonly given to a security ...

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Not so empty gestures

Think of a vacant property and the image of a dilapidated building probably comes to mind. It might be boarded up, covered in graffiti on the outside, dark, dirty and cold inside, and riddled with mould and even vermin. It’s ...

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Close Protection

Britain has seen a female prime minister lead us to victory in an inter continental war. The pay gap between men and women is as small as it has ever been. Angela Merkel sits astride Europe like a colossus (at ...

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