Indeed, praise for the Olympic security operation has been forthcoming from the Home Office, but what about the policing and security legacy? We’ll be focusing on lessons learned from London 2012 at the Global Security Summit in October.
Billed as “the most extensive survey of views on the private security sector” to date, Professor Martin Gill’s completed report – entitled The Security Industry in Perspective – really is a ‘must read’.
Lest I forget, make a point of checking out the best read stories on Info4Security for July.
Brian Sims and Bobby Logue review a new report that represents the most extensive survey of views on the private security sector published to date …more
Analyses of frauds recorded on the CIFAS Staff Fraud Database during the first half of 2012 shine a new light on the problem of fraud committed by company insiders …more
MITIE Group plc, the strategic outsourcing and energy services company, has issued a very positive Interim Management Statement for the period 1 April 2012 to date …more
The high level education programme for the inaugural Global Security Summit in London this coming October has been announced …more
Theresa May visited the Olympic Park to thank police officers who have worked so hard to make the 2012 Games such a phenomenal success story …more
A new system that aggregates data from 3,000 CCTV cameras, license plate readers, criminal records and activity and even radiation sensors has been unveiled in New York City …more
Looking back on last August’s rioting, the BSIA states that electronic security systems (notably CCTV) are playing a more prominent role in maintaining safe public environments…more
Software specialist Citicus has confirmed its support of the recently-developed ASIS/ANSI Physical Asset Protection (PAP) Standard designed to assist security managers …more
The Security Association for the Maritime Industry has launched a bespoke online information and advice service for its members and the wider maritime industry …more
eID adoption, anti-counterfeit measures, future-proofed credentials and concept-to-delivery programmes will all move to the fore…more
Until next time