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Hostile Reconnaissance

Hostile reconnaissance is the term given to the information gathering phase by those individuals or groups with malicious intent

Last Updated 30 March 2021
Why and how hostile reconnaissance is conducted, and the principles of how to disrupt threats during the reconnaissance phase, along with practical measures on how to reduce the vulnerability of their site
The intelligent, co-ordinated promotion of protective security provision to the hostile.
See, Check and Notify (SCaN) aims to help businesses and organisations maximise safety and security using their existing resources
A method of detecting individuals with hostile intentions by observing their behaviours and activities
Increase awareness relating to fraudulent documentation and improve the vigilance of your security personnel
How to ensure your organisations stay secure through the information you publish online.
How to develop and maintain a professional, motivated, and attentive guard force and CCTV team
Guidance NPSA, in collaboration with ACT, is proud to announce the publication of Recognising Terrorist Threats a guide for the security professional.
Guidance New guidance has been published for educational settings in the UK, enabling settlings to utilise various communications channels to deny and deter hostiles from undertaking hostile acts against their school, nursery, college or university
Auditors are individuals who attend premises and outside spaces with the aim of capturing staff and property on camera, the content from which is often uploaded to social media and video platforms
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