Defence exports

Counter Terror Business talks to Stephen Phipson, head of UKTI DSO, for an update on the UK’s defence exports.

Working with the private security industry

With the role of the police force changing from a generation ago, Chris Phillips, managing director at Ippso ltd, looks at the counter terror capability the police may possess in 2016.

Cyber Security - The lone wolf terrorist and the deep, dark web

The potential that the internet poses for terrorists and criminals is developing at an alarming rate. The Institute of Civil Protection & Emergency Planning asks how can we be cyber secure?

The during and after of business continuity

With the frequency of terror attacks seeming to increase, and the location predictability less so, Andrew Scott looks at business continuity during and after a terrorist attack.

Are drones a tool for both sides in the race?

How can we differentiate between tools for the prevention of terrorism and tools for the progression of terrorism? Gary Clayton of the Unmanned Aerial Vehicles Systems Association looks at the use of UAVs and intelligence for security and counter terror operations.

Border Control

The Hague, the city of security, peace and justice, welcomed the border protection industry between 8-10 December for the 4th World Borderpol Congress.

Security and Counter Terror Expo 2016

Security & Counter Terror Expo is the world-leading event for public and private sector security and counter terror professionals. The show will open its doors for the 8th edition on 19-20 April next year at London’s prestigious Olympia.

Securing railway systems from terrorist activity

Chris Stevens, former counter terrorism security advisor for the British Transport Police, considers how elements of a railway system can be secured against potential acts of terrorism.

Contingency planning for event security

Major events are susceptible to a large array of threats including terrorism and security breaches. As such, event organisers have a duty of care to provide a safe and enjoyable environment, says the British Security Industry Association.

Imprisoned in a negative landscape

There are many contributing factors to the negative image of prison services. The British Security Industry Association’s James Kelly explores how private security organisations can help.


Supplier Profiles

Vox England

Vox England is a long established company in security specialising in Cctv surveillance cameras and alarms.

Vox England has dedicated itself to changing, adapting and evolving in line with emerging technologies. With higher levels of expertise, technical know how and exceptional customer service excellence comes in everything they do.

Vox England now has its own branded products, putting quality and efficiency together to create a high class alternative to expensive brands. We are so confident that all our products have quality guarantees of 10 years

Cardinal Security
FalTech GPS
g2 Energy
Roger Pike Associates Ltd
Energetics Technology Ltd