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November 9, 2021


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Linx International Group becomes a SABRE Licensed Company 

Security and risk management consulting firm, Linx International, has announced it has become a SABRE licensed company.  

SABRE (Security Assurance by BRE) is a security assessment and certification standard for buildings, infrastructure and managed space. SABRE can be used by developers, owners, occupiers and planning authorities to set high standards of security risk management for the design and construction of new developments, and the operation of existing facilities.  

In addition to SABRE assessments, Linx will provide a number of other SABRE services to support the assessment process, including: 

  • Threat and Risk assessment 
  • Security strategy 
  • Security management planning.

Successful assessments result in a SABRE Rating ranging from ‘Acceptable’ (1 star) to ‘Outstanding’ (5 stars). Certification can be used to demonstrate commitment to security, evidence value for money, attract security-minded tenants, and much more.   

Managing Director of the Linx International Group Angus Darroch-Warren says: “We are excited at becoming a SABRE licensed company through BRE Global – it is an opportunity for the Linx International Group to support our clients in obtaining an industry recognised standard in security risk management for their built asset portfolio, whether new build or in-use. Attaining SABRE certification provides assurance and demonstrable evidence to stakeholders that there is a commitment to effective security risk management and meeting compliance and resilience targets.”

Head of SABRE Gareth Hulmes says: “We’re delighted to be able to add Linx International Group to the growing directory of SABRE Licensed Companies. SABRE focuses on an appropriate, proportionate and risk-based approach to security and helps to evidence that organisations involved in the design, construction and operation of buildings are committed to, and invested in, the security of our built environment.

“SABRE Licence holders are at the forefront of the scheme and can provide a range of SABRE related services to their customers. This is a provision that sits well alongside the wider training and consultancy offering, and we look forward to working with Linx International on future projects where SABRE can bring added value to the client.” 

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