11 results for "Counter Terrorism Security Adviser"
Physical barriers can provide resistance to forced entry. Examples include doors, windows, walls, locks and locking systems, fences and containers
Organisations may use search and screening measures to detect specific items and materials entering (or leaving) their buildings and sites
Managing the risk of emplaced threats should be a key security requirement when designing, building, and fitting-out premises.
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
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...
How to develop and maintain a professional, motivated, and attentive guard force and CCTV team
This short guidance is intended to help those responsible for the procurement of a Private Security Contractor (PSC) for an event
In most data centre operating models, the security of the perimeter, site, and building will be the responsibility of the operator. To successfully mitigate the risk of an attack, it is important to u...
The planning process has a key role in making places – recommending how and where buildings should be built, what they should be used for and how they should fit into the local surroundings.
When developing any requirements for blast protection, it is important to decide which weapons and delivery method need to be addressed
Vulnerabilities in the physical security of the data centre in which your data is stored may leave data at risk. Data centre owners should be able to demonstrate a robust layered approach to physical ...