Private Sector Counter Terrorism – The Basics

Private Sector Counter Terrorism A key hurdle for business is getting over the fear of the unknown, moving out of denial, and senior management could also be a barrier due to their inability to start the process of mitigation, its a common problem and needs senior stakeholder involvement to kick…


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Advice and thoughts on the IOSH Counter Terrorism Impact Conference

Private Sector Counter Terrorism The conference was about the Terrorism impact on security planning for Events and Sport Grounds, the delegates attended the conference to hear about cost effective security planning solutions and examples for the private sector to take on board and apply, most of…


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Business Counter Terrorism Mitigation – Toolbox Talks

Business Counter Terrorism Mitigation Toolbox talks have been in use for many years, they are a proven cost effective approach to raising awareness of effective business counter terrorism procedures and plans, the public and private sector can utilise this system to educate staff on Counter…


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Rapid Deployment CCTV Monitoring

Rapid Deployment CCTV The Mildot Group’s rapid deployment overt & covert CCTV systems are capable of deploying with an independent power source and remote monitoring capabilities for short or long term operations. 24/7 Recording – 24/7 Monitoring Capabilities – Tablet & Smart Phone…


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Situational Awareness Training – Modern Day Personal Safety Mitigation

Situational Awareness Training – Modern Day Personal/Staff Safety Mitigation 1. What is it Situational awareness training develops an awareness of modern day threats to your personal safety, your surroundings, what is happening around you, and whether anyone or anything around you is a threat to…


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Due diligence tips – Counter Terrorism consultancy advice & training

Due diligence tips for private sector Counter Terrorism consultancy advice & training. The private sector is waking up to the modern day threats, seeking consultancy advice will be a cost effective option, the following questions will assist in the due diligence process: 1. Number 1 Point - Can…


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IOCs scramble to analyze new Contract Model

Iraq is giving international oil companies (IOCs) just two weeks to evaluate a new contract model that will serve as the basis of an upcoming bidding round for 11 oil exploration and development projects. The Oil Ministry has set April 15 as the deadline for companies to submit bids, according to…


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Terrorists ‘plot in shadows of the dark net’, report warns

Authorities must deny extremists use of ‘safe havens’ in cyberspace. Terrorists and extremists are creating growing numbers of safe havens on the “dark net” to plot future attacks, raise funds and recruit new followers, new research reveals. Terrorist organisations and individuals are evading…


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Nine charts on the rise of knife crime in England and Wales

There is nothing new about knife crime: sharp objects, blades and knives have been used as weapons for thousands of years. But after falling for several years, knife crime is rising again. So what is happening? There were 37,443 offences in the 12 months ending in September 2017, a 21% increase on…


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