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Press Releases from Security Oracle - NSI HQ Ltd (3 total)

Staff As Important As Technology

Despite the advances in technology, people rather than products can still be the most effective element in ensuring the highest levels of security in the maritime and aviation sectors. That was the view of Andrew McClumpha, Director of Transport Security at BMT, speaking at the Maritime and Supply Chain Security Conference at London Olympia. Focusing on the human factors within aviation and maritime security, Mr McClumpha told delegates that while staff working

Olympics Should Leave Security Legacy

The legacy of the London 2012 Olympics could be a security one as much as a sporting one, according to the man in charge of protecting the Games. Metropolitan Police Chief Inspector Andrew Amery has been involved in drawing up the security arrangements for the London Olympics since the bid was first put together, and is now working full time on the event. Speaking at the Event and Venue Security Conference in

Counter Terror Chief Outlines Policy

The most senior civil servant in the fight against terrorism has outlined the Government’s approach to developing a counter terror policy which can be both effective and proportionate. Sir Richard Mottram is the Cabinet Office Permanent Secretary on Intelligence, Security and Resilience, and explained the Government’s thinking to an audience of security and counter-terror experts at the Counter Terror World Conference in London. He outlined the Government’s existing counter terror policy,

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