41 results for "Counter terrorism"
NPSA works with partners, such as NCSC, UKNACE and the National Counter Terrorism Security Office (NaCTSO) to identify risks and vulnerabilities to the UK’s national infrastructure, and to offer advic...
This document is designed to offer good security practice to LA’s who are using Pavement Licensing legislation
ProtectUK is the new, free to use counter terrorism and security hub, offering on demand access to authoritative guidance, advice and much more in one central location.
In collaboration with the Home Office, National Counter Terrorism Security Office (NaCTSO) and the National Fire Chiefs Council (NFCC), NPSA have produced new guidance on Fire as a Weapon (FAW)
See, Check and Notify (SCaN) aims to help businesses and organisations maximise safety and security using their existing resources
The aim of this document is to provide guidance to help distinguish the difference between Counter Espionage and Counter Terrorism grading and to help you decide which products you require for a given...
NPSA have published the following new guidance: Forced Entry Standards - A guide to forced entry protection standards for facades and other building elements used within the UK
NPSA recommend that a barrier deployed for the purposes of countering terrorism to protect assets against vehicle-borne threats should be a ‘Rated Vehicle Security Barrier’ that has undergone formal v...
Extract by Paul Cornish, entitled Technology, strategy and counterterrorism
Organisations may use search and screening measures to detect specific items and materials entering (or leaving) their buildings and sites
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...
Managing the risk of emplaced threats should be a key security requirement when designing, building, and fitting-out premises.