; what got you clicking during 2011

Bob Forsyth
“Bob Forsyth: His thought leadership articles were intently read” special and regular features were the most popular reads during 2011 with the much respected UK Top 20 regulated sector security companies being read over 35,000 times. Regular columnists, such as Bob Forsyth, Paul Housego and Chris Cully have attracted high interest with their thought leadership articles. The hard news story that grabbed your attention was the Geoff Zeidler led acquisition of Chubb Security Personnel by Securitas. The Terrorism News Section  is designed to keep security professionals updated on global terrorism activities. The companion Terrorism Monitor scans the internet daily and provides a daily list of terror incidents throughout the world In 2011, the Terrorism Monitor recorded 808 incidents.

Rank Article Title
1 UK Top 20 Regulated Sector Security Companies
2 ACS Star Performers
3 Terrorism Monitor
4 Security Industry Analysis 2010/2011
5 Securitas to acquire Chubb Security Personnel in the UK
6 Industry’s Finest Are Recognised For Their Outstanding Dedication
7 Give us a break! Says Labour Lawyer Paul Housego
8 Bob Forsyth; what do we really mean by adding value?
9 Bob Forsyth: Security managers are relevant again in procurement
10 Security directors guilty of failing to provide information and making false statements
“Bobby Logue: Will push publishing boundaries again in 2012”

In 2011 set out to develop differentiation from our trade news competitors in our areas of strength using our research capabilities, and industry knowledge to set us apart. Based on the rankings in “Click Chart” above we have succeeded in our endeavours. Editor Bobby Logue commented: “Since our inception in 1997, has consistently innovated, seeking to drive professionalism and fairness into our industry through influencing industry players and thought leadership. We initiated the award winning camapign “Four Issues One Voice. is similar to an iceberg, readers only see about 10% of what we do, we spend most of our time assisting with industry related issues. In 2012 we intend to once again shift the boundaries ensuring we exceed the expectations of our readership.”