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Oct 5

Is Now The Time To Think Differently, Or Shall We Wait?

Sadly, the world woke up over the past few days to hear about the tragic shooting in Las Vegas.  The crisis leadership at the scene must be at full tilt due to so many crime scenes revealing themselves.  We will see many more days and weeks of news relating to this shooting alone, with an inevitable rise in deaths as time goes by.  So much individual talent has been wasted by one person’s act, never to be realized.  Predictably, the whole issue around the Second Amendments ‘Right to Bear Arms’ is yet again debated ad nauseam, mostly by people who don’t understand the...

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Sep 25

Is Disruption Firmly On Your Radar Screen? If Not, Why?

 

‘We always overestimate the changes that will occur in the next two years and always underestimate the changes that will happen in the next ten years’      Bill Gates 1996

We live in evermore uncertain times where horizon scanning and situational awareness are now more essential than ever.  Thorough planning and preparation for a range of adverse events and eventualities, even if they might seem a long way off or most unlikely to happen at all, is the only way to protect against future risks.  Too many SME owners find it hard to devote time to the kind of blue-sky...

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Sep 18

Leaders: Face Terrorism Threats Head-On

“As I type, the latest attack on the transportation system has taken place on the District Line at Parsons Green Station in London.  It appears to be an improvised IED placed in a train carriage which failed to detonate correctly, which thankfully saved many lives.  We have seen this before in London, post the attacks on the 7th July 2005, when other devices placed on buses and in litter bins failed to explode due to poorly mixed and unstable explosives.  

But as the media and specialists speculate and analyse the what, where, how, why and whom, there is a bucket load of...

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Aug 30

Organizational Leaders: Women’s Security at Night in London (Protect your staff)

 

 A veritable army of women now works in the night-time economy of London.  The numbers are growing every year – it is estimated that some 725,000 people work at night in London.  The figures do not include those who are out socializing or simply enjoying the city.

Recent statistics show that the night-time economy is worth £26 billion per year.  The totals are made up of bar or nightclub staff, care workers, cleaners, nurses, police officers and other emergency services, tube staff, all night supermarkets or indeed sex workers and shift workers amongst many others.

 A...

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Jul 28

Sound Security Advice for Senior Executives

‘Top Twenty Topics’

There is a great deal of advice around at the moment on how to improve organisational security.  This is set against the reduction in the number of police officers by 22,000, a 10% rise in reported crime and the increased threat of terrorism after 3 recent incidents in the UK.

The Centre for the Protection of National Infrastructure (CPNI) is the government authority for protective security advice tasked with reducing the vulnerability of the national infrastructure and it has recently published a new document entitled ‘Passport to Good...

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