Criminals are not afraid of using extreme force or explosives when entering a building or site, which is why the security products that protect such perimeters must meet strict standards – and be installed correctly, urges Stephen Munden
The Perimeter Security Suppliers Association’s (PSSA) Stephen Munden comments on the emergence of IWA 14, a new international standard for impact testing vehicle security barriers, and the role it will play in safeguarding people and places from hostile vehicle intrusions
The UK’s recent security export strategy highlighted both the strengths and weaknesses of the UK’s security export industry. Stephen Mundy of the Perimeter Security Suppliers Association (PSSA) examines how this is likely to impact the provision of perimeter security in the coming months
A highly secured perimeter is the first line of defence against intruders. Whilst there is an abundance of products on the market, how can you be sure these products are fit for the job? Counter Terror Business magazine talks to Stephen Munden, manager of the PSSA’s Verification Scheme, about how the scheme is giving peace of mind to those buying perimeter products
Product verification is an essential component in any organisation’s risk and security management approach, but there are many complex elements to consider. Stephen Munden, manager of the PSSA’s Verification Scheme, outlines current industry concerns around security management, and reviews how the PSSA Verification Scheme is developing to address them
Hostile Vehicle Mitigation (HVM) products have been subjected to a lot of testing and development in recent years, and as such, a number of standards are in place. While this goes a long way to offer peace of mind, there are still many other things to consider when buying HVM products, as Wilma Tulloch finds out
The Perimeter Security Suppliers Association (PSSA) has introduced a verification scheme providing confidence to perimeter systems buyers and users that products meet internationally recognised standards.