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combating activists

Combating Activists

How do you start to protect your organisation against Activists? This article looks at understanding the threat of Activism and combatting the issue.

Luxury Home Security in London

Luxury Home Security in London

This blog article looks at the burglary of luxury homes in London's most affluent boroughs and puts forward smart homes security solutions.

Rural Crime Prevention

Rural Crime Prevention

Rural crime is a real concern for owners of country estates, farms and stately homes and this article looks at this issue in more detail.

Insider Threat Mitigation

Insider Threat Mitigation

Insider Threat actors can bring a firm to its knees with the leaking of sensitive corporate or personal information. What can firms really do to mitigate Insider Threats?

Protecting a Business Against Terrorism

Protecting a Business Against Terrorism

Continuity planning is vital for every business, but for business who might be at a higher risk from terrorism, how can they prepare their staff and maintain the duty of care?

About Securty Dogs

Types of Security Dogs

There are a whole range of different roles that Dogs play in security, from Search Dogs and Patrol Dogs to Military and Police Attack Dogs. In this blog we look at those roles, what training Security Dogs receive and what accreditation is available in the UK.

How to master security on Social Media

How to Master Security on Social Media

22 March 2018 | Intelligent and Security

In light of the recent story in relation to Facebook and Cambridge Analytica, Virginie Roux looks at how you can stay safe while still enjoying Social Media. Lock down your profile and be sure to be careful what personal information you post online.

Situational Awareness | Personal Safety Advice

Situational Awareness | Personal Safety Advice

3 March 2018 | Intelligent and Security

Sat Rayit takes a good look at Situational Awareness and asks, "just how tuned in are we to our environment?" and, offers some great Personal Safety Advice and tips on staying safe while on the move in the urban environment.

Celebrity Stalking Cases

Celebrity Stalking Cases

19 February 2018 | Intelligent and Security

Celebrity stalking cases are very often far more publicised than the most severe cases of stalking we sometimes see in the press. Here Alex Bomberg looks a five examples of celebrity stalking and what impact security or the lack of it might have played in the outcomes.

Guide to Rapid Triage for Major Incidents

Guide to Rapid Triage for Major Incidents

15 January 2018 | Intelligence and Security

A major incident such as a terrorist could happen at any time and you may find yourself as a First Responder. In this blog article Adam Gent talks about triage for major incidents such as a terrorist attack.

Operational psychology - Social engineering

Operational Psychology - Social Engineering

February 2016 | Intelligence and Security

Operational Psychology and Social Engineering are all around us, from influence operations carried out but Super Powers, through to your everyday interactions on Social Media.
This article looks at Social Engineering in espionage, giving examples of how targets are chosen based on MICE!

TSCM Sweep guide

TSCM Sweep Guide

December 2014 | Intelligence and Security

TSCM Sweeps are carried out to discover if an area is being monitored by covert listening devices.
An in depth guide on how to commission a TSCM Sweep, what questions to ask and a little bit of information on what equipment is used and how a TSCM Sweep is conducted.

Social Media, your ego and security…

Social Media, your Ego and Security…

December 2014 | Intelligence and Security

In the wake of the Kim Kardashian robbery in Paris, France, Group CEO Alex Bomber discusses the need to control and monitor social media use.
A very useful article for both security professionals and managers alike, given that few companies operate a Social Media Policy.

Defensive Driver Training Courses

September 2012 | Intelligence and Security

Defensive Driving is an important skill for any security professional. Intelligent Training International Limited Defensive Driver Training Courses are available worldwide with the very best in Police and Special Forces instruction.

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