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Bob Forsyth – GDPR (Sorry don’t fall asleep it’s important) In his latest blog for Infologue Bob Forsyth, Chief Executive Officer at Kings Security writes about the introduction of GDPR and its implications for the security sector. Read on »
Business leader wants “social value” overhaul of government contracts Public sector contracts should no longer be given to the lowest bidder but awarded to “social business” says Phillip Ullmann of Cordant Group. Read on »
Bob Forsyth – The Key battleground for client data Bob Forsyth, Chief Executive Officer at Kings Security, discusses new disruptive technologies and their impact on the today's marketplace in his latest blog. Read on »
Saturday, 26 May 2018

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PENTRATION TESTING – A SERIOUS BUSINESS

Quality guarding contractors, and efficient in-house security management teams, will be measuring the day-to-day effectiveness of their guarding teams through a range of different professional processes.

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CUSTOMERS WILL PAY MORE FOR GOOD SERVICE – DAVID GREER

Customers will pay more for good service, and there is proof of his within our industry says Skills for Security Chief Executive, David Greer.

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JUST ABOUT MANAGING BY BOB DOYLE

Last year at this time Skills for Security were presented the Infologue.com “Building the Future Award. This award is presented annually to the person or organisation that in the view of their peers

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LAWYER SLATES SIA IN HOUSE REVIEW

A lawyer, who works with security companies, has slated the Security Industry Authority In-house Licensing Review – Outcome Report – May 2009

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THE SIA, IN HOUSE AND STANDARDS – A BROKEN PROMISE?

A few weeks ago, we learned that the regulator decided that there was insufficient evidence to justify the licensing of in-house security personnel, writes The Security Institute Chairman, Mike Bluestone.

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RELIANCE’S JONES “RECESSION – A SMARTER APPROACH TO SECURITY”

Keeping a business on stream during a recession means considering the basics of effective risk management and providing innovative solutions to the challenges of the economic environment.

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NSI’S ANDREW WHITE LOOKS BEYOND THE ACS

A much heralded step improvement for the guarding industry was to be the introduction of the ACS. Much hope was placed by many on what the ACS might achieve.

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SIMS BLASTS SIA DECISION

You may remember some time back I wrote a blog on info4security concerning the formidable topic of Business Bingo. If you recall, I listed some of the mind-bendingly ludicrous phrases PR and marketing types dream up to make themselves sound important.

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LEVINE BAGS HIS FIRST DEAL

The Infologue.com Newsmaker behind the acquisition of Temple Security was the Axis CEO Jonathan Levine. Levine told Infologue.com “Clients work with Axis because of the quality of our delivery but we have not previously been able to extend that offering outside of London and the South East

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G4S’s DAVID TAYLOR SMITH “PROTECTING OUR CNI – IS THERE COMPLACENCY?”

We believe that the Government should let UK plc have a greater input into helping protect our Critical National Infrastructure (CNI). Protecting the UK’s CNI is “good business”: it is good for staff; it is good for customers; it is good for shareholders; and in the long run it is good for the UK.

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