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.

Security consultant Paul Easter MBE outlines the difficulties Western powers have faced in attempting to build democratic nations in the Middle East, and calls for strategic thinking

Project Genesius manager Gary McManus explains an initiative that brings together Metropolitan Police Services and the printing 
industry to tackle the creation of false identity documents

Intelligence analyst Craig Shrive explores how focused thinking can help counter terror professionals anticipate and thwart terrorist attacks, ranging from insurgent groups to lone cells

Whatever the size or location of the firm, processes must be in place to be able to deal with a cyber attack, should one occur, urges Andrew Scott at the Business Continuity Institute

Siân Evans from the British Security Industry Association examines the UK’s presence in the international security market

Trucks, trains, ships and oil rigs are all potential targets for criminal organisations due to their high value assets and often remote or isolated locations. Threat detection technology offers the chance to evade, deter or repel an intruder, writes Maria Andersson from Swedish Defence Research Agency, FOI

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