In a similar vein, if you’re in the Glasgow area next week you can witness at first hand The Security Institute promoting professionalism and Best Practice to both current and potential members alike.
The Government has begun consultation focused on the future of regulation in the private security sector. Make sure your views are communicated!
Plans to make private security businesses across the UK more accountable for quality and standards have now been unveiled by the coalition Government
Simon Placks reviews Best Practice when it comes to investigating any hacking incident perpetrated against the corporate network
Corps Security has announced plans to expand the scope of its apprenticeships programme and attract even more young people into the security sector
Bill Farmer outlines what the proposed changes to the EU’s Data Protection Regulations in 2014 will mean for SMEs, and why it’s so important those changes are addressed
MITIE Group plc has unveiled its interim financial results for the six months to 30 September 2012 which reflect “strong revenue and earnings growth”
A Parliamentary Bill providing new powers to block mobile phone signals in prisons has been the subject of a second reading in the House of Lords
Watch highlights from the 2012 Security Excellence Awards including interviews with some of the industry’s leading professionals
Members of the BSIA’s Police and Public Services Section believe that newly-elected Police and Crime Commissioners must work together with the private security industry to achieve their pre-election pledges
Darren Chalmers-Stevens continues his series of PSIM-based commentaries with an overview of key trends informing the debate
The Security Institute is running an education and recruitment event in Glasgow on the afternoon of 29 November. Honorary Fellow Brian Sims has the detail
Until next time