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Foremost Security: How diversification of services enabled growth, and life after the pandemic

IFSEC Global speaks to Paul Ritchie to understand how his security business has diversified its services to ensure it has continued to grow, even throughout the pandemic. Read More

How to get an SIA licence from the Security Industry Authority (SIA)

The Security Industry Authority (SIA) regulates the private security industry in the UK, issuing licences and running the Approved Contractor Scheme (ACS). Read More

SIA licence fee reduced

Individual licences for all sectors will cost £190, down £20 from £210, as part of its pledge to drive down costs for the industry. Read More

Body worn camera solutions in action

B-Cam’s diverse client base explain why body worn camera solutions work for them. Read More

Christmas security tips for pubs, bars and restaurants

A sharp rise in both customers and average per-customer alcohol consumption is a potentially dangerous cocktail for security at bars, clubs and restaurants. Read More

WATCH: The value of employee engagement in the security sector

MIT Ventures CEO David Callaghan tells IFSEC TV how genuine employee engagement can ultimately transform an organisation with lasting results. Read More

Fraudster found guilty of failing to pay staff at “phantom” security firms

A serial fraudster who ran seven security firms under four different identities has been found guilty of defrauding security operatives he employed. Read More

“Political landscape” is making SIA business licences “unfeasible”

The SIA is redoubling efforts to educate buyers of security services on avoiding rogue operators in the absence of progress on business licensing. Read More

Winners of the British Security Awards 2019 revealed

Organised by the British Security Industry Association (BSIA), the awards were handed out at the London Grosvenor Marriott Hotel, Grosvenor Square, London on 10 July. Read More

Why universities are adopting technology to tackle sexual assault and sexual harassment

More than a third of Australian universities have adopted a ground-breaking safety, security and emergency management solution, writes Darren Chalmers-Stevens, MD, EMEA, CriticalArc. Read More