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Taliban suicide attacks kills 12 in Afghanistan

12 people have died after a Taliban suicide car bomber and gunmen attacked a provincial Afghan police headquarters.

SAS and SBS to get £300 million cash injection

New reports have claimed that the UK’s special forces will receive a £300 million funding boost to enhance counter terrorism strength.

Merger loophole plans to strengthen security

Reports suggest that the government will have increased powers over foreign company mergers that raise national security concerns in the UK.

Dozens killed during US strikes on IS training camps

The US military has revealed that dozens of ISIS fighters have been killed at the terrorist group’s training camps in central Yemen.

18-year-old to stand trail over Parsons Green attack

Ahmed Hassan Mohammed Ali will stand trial in March over the Parsons Green terrorist attack.

Rule book torn up to tackle terror threat

Former leading Metropolitan Police officer has said that the 'rule book' on tackling cyber crime and terrorism is constantly being torn up.

Proposal for new terrorism sentencing guidelines

The Sentencing Council has published new proposals for how those convicted of terrorism offences in England and Wales should be sentenced.

Woman arrested under Terrorism Act

A 53-year-old woman has been arrested on suspicion of collection and possession of terrorist material.

Cyber security on par with counter terrorism

The head of GCHQ has warned that maintaining security against cyber attacks is now of equal importance to combatting terrorism.

Iraqi army 'recaptures central Hawija'

Iraqi forces have recaptured the centre of the town of Hawija, one of the last enclaves of ISIS in the country.


Current national security challenges

Professor Anthony Glees explores the current security threats to the UK and how security should be maintained in Brexit negotiations

Deterring terrorism on the transport network

There have been at least five major terrorist attacks in the UK in 2017. CTB explores the differing attacks and how to better protect our transport systems

UK Security Week launches in March 2018

International security professionals will gather in London in March 2018 to help tackle the growing threat facing nations and businesses.

The future of border security: a paradigm shift

The time has come for another paradigm shift in the way we manage border controls, says Tony Smith.

Roderick Jones Interview - assessing digital crime

Counter Terror Business interviews Roderick Jones about the current state of UK cyber security in the face of terrorism

Countering terrorism is an intelligence war

Knowing your enemy is critical to stopping terrorism, says Philip Ingram ahead of November's UK Security Expo

Changes to UK aviation security

Counter Terror Business looks at the current state of terrorist security in Europe and how the EU is improving its anti-terrorist security systems

How should cities respond to urban vehicular attacks?

Martin Coward, of the University of Manchester, discusses the upturn in vehicle related attacks and how cities can respond to them

Preparing for a digital disruption

Andrew Scott, of the Business Continuity Institute, discusses the growing threat of digital disruption to organisations

Infrastructure security: securing our future

The British Security Industry Association discusses the importance of protecting national infrastructure and the businesses supporting it

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