32 results for "Security Engineering"
Guidance on how to take a security-minded approach to Digital Engineering, Technologies, Projects and Initiatives
How to make security decisions as the increased adoption of digital technology in the built environment creates new risks and opportunities, including the use of BIM (Building Information Modelling).
The RSES promotes excellence in security engineering by providing a benchmark of professional competence.
The campaign aims to raise awareness about what social engineering is and how staff can better protect themselves against this type of threat.
Individuals and organisations should be aware of the threat from a variety of types of social engineering attacks
The need to reduce the cost of delivering, managing and maintaining built assets is driving a period of evolution in the architectural, construction and engineering industries
Guidance on how to take a Security-Minded approach to Digital Engineering, Technologies, Projects and Initiatives
The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) are delighted to announce new guidance on the holistic security approach Joint Ventures should adopt to protect any sensitive information they manage
A key purpose of connected places, also known as smart cities, also known as is to join up specific vertical sectors across organisational boundaries into a whole-city approach for the creation, deliv...
This short guidance is intended to help those responsible for the procurement of a Private Security Contractor (PSC) for an event
The National Cyber Security Centre has published new Cyber Security for Construction Businesses guidance to provide tailored, practical advice for the industry on how to protect their businesses
Effective security risk management requires an organisation to have defined governance and oversight of protective security management systems.