Analysing the armoured vehicles market

Analysing some figures and predictions for this year, Defence Business reports on the UK’s armoured vehicle plans

Securing railway systems from terrorist activity

Railways can be subjected to many forms of criminality, particularly acts of terrorism. Chris Stevens, former counter terrorism security advisor for the British Transport Police, considers how elements of a railway system can be secured.

Cargo Security - Staying ahead in a never-ending race

The theft risk to cargo in the supply chain has never been greater and the threat of cargo crime is increasing, says Thorsten Neumann, Chairman of the Transported Asset Protection Association in the Europe, Middle East and Africa region

The conference and workshops at Transport Security Expo will assess the transport threat horizon

Jason Breakwell, director of the Transport Asset Protection Association (TAPA) explains how the association helps to protect its members.

Whilst the integration of IT and building management systems in transport terminal buildings can offer significant business benefits, it also creates a number of potential risks.

The theft of large goods vehicles, their fuel and goods causes significant economic and logistical harm, and drivers should be made aware of how to avoid such incidents, writes TruckPol

Security and Policing, the Home Office annual security event, will examine the priority areas of security and counter terrorism, crime and policing, border security and immigration control

Security and Policing, the Home Office annual security event, will examine the priority areas of security and counter terrorism, crime and policing, border security and immigration control

The escalating problem of piracy off the Somalian coast is “completely unacceptable” and requires an urgent and coordinated response, according to UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon.

Alex Carmichael, technical director at the British Security Industry Association, investigates the challenges of securing ports and airports in an ever-changing world

Industry looks to achieve 100 per cent cargo screening but deadlines are being missed, says aviation security expert Chris Yates

Dr Guy Sadler of Boartes Strategic Services warns that despite the primary focus on container port security, national security and land cargo transporters themselves are equally threatened by terrorists