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Terror arrest in Lincoln over banned National Action group

A 46-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of being a member of banned far-right group National Action.

London mayor commits £110 million for Met Police

The Mayor of London has committed to investing an additional £110 million into the Met Police in the next year.

New 4G ESN achieves first successful demonstration

The new 4G Emergency Services Network (ESN) system has achieved its first successful demonstration over a live public mobile network.

UK discussing future of ISIS Beatles with US

Amber Rudd has said that the UK and US are discussing the fate of the two men who were detained in Syria last month.

Councils left unprepared for cyber attacks

A new report has found that over 25 per cent of UK councils have had their computer systems breached in the past five years.

May seeks new security treaty with the EU

Theresa May has outlined her intention to not let ‘rigid institutional restrictions’ get in the way of a post-Brexit security partnership.

Sir Michael Fallon to host Counter Terror Awards

Counter Terror Business magazine is pleased to announce that Sir Michael Fallon will host the inaugural Counter Terror Awards.

Man convicted for online terrorist messages

Shafi Mohammed Saleem has been sentenced to two years’ imprisonment for encouraging terrorism online.

Number of police officers drop by 1,200

New Home Office figures reveal that the number of police officers in England and Wales has fallen by 1,213 in six months.

Shortlist announced for Counter Terror Awards

The shortlist for the first Counter Terror Awards, which takes place on 6 March has been announced.


CTB Panel of Experts: critical communications

CTB takes a looks at the stability and flexibility of mission critical communications and how organisations can ensure that mission critical communications remain secure and ‘hack proof’

Operating in a secure online environment

With technology now prevalent in all areas of life, security of devices should be encouraged in the same way as physical security, writes Hannah Khoo

Remote Radicalisation: Mitigating the risks

James Kelly discusses the importance of ensuring that there is a basic level of physical defence at all times

Have I got a problem at my location?

Simon Towers examines the threat of vehicles as a weapon for terrorism, and how perimeter security products can aid against the threat

Improving public safety through technology partnerships

One of the most important tools against the terrorist threat is our technology, says Ian Thompson, chief executive of British APCO

Stepping up security for Chinese New Year

Gavin Hepburn, director at ATG Access, describes the importance of ensuring the public is kept safe during the UK’s Chinese New Year celebrations

Rob Wainwright: Tracking the terrorist threat

Ahead of March's Security & Counter Terror Expo, CTB talks with Rob Wainwright about Brexit, extremists in Europe and the show

The top read CTB articles of 2017

As we begin to guess what the changing face of the terrorism will look like in 2018, take a look back at our top read features from last year

Data sharing key in response to terrorism

Weynand Haitjema explores the importance of planning emergency responses and the role of information sharing in mitigating the terrorist threat

Protective security key to future events planning

Deputy Assistant Commissioner Lucy D’Orsi has called for the commercial sector to work with police and partners to help keep the public safe

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