Defence professionals from across the world will gather at IDEX 2015 to view the latest security technology for land, sea and air

Can drone technology, under proper legal regulation, deliver significant benefits for the UK’s national security policy and economy?

Richard Flint of BRE Global discusses the benefits of product certification to both manufacturers and users, focusing on the security protection standard LPS 1175

An attack against a critical asset has the potential to be catastrophic for the security of the nation, writes Security Institute member Charles Swanson

Securing our country’s valuable network of crucial supplies is essential, particularly in the face of the continued threats of terrorism and natural disaster.

Terrorism and theft don’t always go hand-in-hand but in the supply chain, any infiltration of goods in transit by road, air, sea or rail could just as easily be exploited by people with either intent, writes Laurence Brown, executive director of the Transported Asset Protection Association 

Former CIA intelligence analyst Mat Burrows looks at global terrorism trends in his new book The Future Declassified. Here he examines the wider issues shaping unrest in the Middle East

Amar Singh of international IT governance association ISACA reports on the damage denial of service (DoS) attacks can do and shares advice on how organisations can protect themselves

The Security Institute’s Mike Gillespie highlights why those that protect the UK’s critical national infrastructure need to anticipate threats and monitor the technological supply chain

With 26 million tonnes of goods transported by air every year, the security of airborne cargo is of paramount importance against a backdrop of international terrorism.

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