National Protective Security Authority
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NPSA's innovative app allowing users of social media and professional networking sites, to identify the hallmarks of fake profiles used by foreign spies and other malicious actors.
NPSA have published a calling notice - Street Furniture Programme 2023-24
This blog outlines changes being made by the UK’s National Technical Authority (NTA) for personnel and people security specifically relating to insider, insider risk, insider threat and insider event definitions
<p>Electronic attack of physical security systems is the means of carrying out a localised cyber-attack specifically on the security system. This can be to corrupt data, open a portal or disable alarms</p>
Martyn’s Law, as set out in The Terrorism (Protection of Premises) Draft Bill, will place a requirement on those responsible for certain Public Premises and Events to consider the threat from terrorism and implement appropriate and proportionate mitigation measures. NPSA has a wide range of protective security guidance products relevant to Public Premises and Events.
This digital learning will provide you with a solid foundation in this subject area and can act as a springboard to NPSA's extensive guidance on helping your business effectively manage insider risk.
NPSA has launched an innovative new app allowing users of social media and professional networking sites, such as LinkedIn and Facebook, to better identify the hallmarks of fake profiles used by foreign spies and other malicious actors
Guidance to help businesses and organisations of all shapes and sizes secure their supply chain. This is designed to help you embed security across every stage of your supply chain and to protect your business from supply chain attacks. Created in partnership with CIPS
Trusted Research aims to secure the integrity of the system of international research collaboration, which is vital to the continued success of the UK's research and innovation sector