It is important to keep the doors in your building in good order.
Effective physical security of an asset is achieved by multi-layering different measures. The concept is based on the principle that the security of an asset is not significantly reduced with the loss of any single layer. Each layer of security may be comprised of different elements of interdependent systems.
Personnel and People Security comprises an integrated set of policies, procedures, interventions and effects which seek to enhance an organisation or site’s protective security.
See, Check and Notify (SCaN) is a free training programme that aims to help organisations, venues and events maximise safety and security using their existing resources.
The UK is the heaviest user of ammonium and ammonium nitrate-based fertilisers in the world and since the 1970s, nitrogenous fertilisers have been misused to make home-made explosives. The blending, storage, transport and use of…
If you or your work premises hold, keep or use stocks of specified disease-causing micro-organisms and toxins, you need to inform the Home Office.
This document outlines a set of options which can be used by the private sector and security industry to enhance the wider national security posture at times of raised threat levels or in response to a terrorist incident.
Locks, technology and control rooms can help restrict who can go where and when. These systems integrate with physical barriers to provide delay and detection against a many different types of attackers.
A well-run control room can provide the fundamental principles of Deter, Detect and Delay.
NPSA's (formerly CPNI) page describes the core underlying principles of their protective security methodology. This methodology defines a holistic approach to the protection of your most important or sensitive assets – as protective security measures can only be truly effective if the physical, personnel and cyber elements are considered…