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Physical Security

Last Updated 29 January 2021
The Catalogue of Security Equipment (CSE) is available to help security practitioners to identify appropriate physical security equipment. 
Guidance HVM focuses on reducing risks associated with vehicle-borne threats, ranging from vandalism to sophisticated or aggressive attack by determined criminals or terrorists.
Guidance Good general physical and personnel security measures will contribute towards resilience against CBRN incidents
Guidance NPSA undertakes product testing of items which make up physical security systems under the CAPSS (Cyber Assurance of Physical Security Systems) programme
Countering Threats from Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS)
Guidance Supporting our customers in assessing and mitigating the security risks posed by unmanned aerial systems (UAS), also known as UAV or drones.
Guidance Marauding terrorist attacks are fast-moving, violent incidents where assailants move through a location aiming to find and kill or injure as many people as possible
Guidance Fire as a weapon (FAW) is the deliberate use of fire within a terrorist attack with the intent to cause harm. This may include causing harm to people, premeditated damage to property, or a combination of both