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Adam Bannister was Editor of IFSEC Global from 2014 through to November 2019. Adam is also a former Managing Editor at Dynamis Online Media Group.
December 12, 2017

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Watch: Irish border conundrum and other Brexit security risks

From Europol membership to the Schengen Information System, the UK will lose some degree of access to myriad collaborative security tools when it leaves the EU.

The video below explores some of the crime-fighting systems, bodies and agreements on the table during Brexit negotiations.

The information provided is just a snapshot of the in-depth expert analysis found in the report Securing UK borders: An examination of the implications of leaving the EU for UK border management.

This report, which was commissioned by London First’s Security & Resilience Network, focuses on the implications of leaving the EU for the management of the UK’s borders. For effective management, the desire to have secure borders must be balanced against making it as easy as possible for international business to thrive and legitimate movement to occur. Finite resources can then be targeted effectively. The report considers how this can be achieved in a post-Brexit UK.

It follows an earlier report by the Security & Resilience Network that examined the Security and Resilience Implications of Brexit.

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