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The Security Institute and ITN Productions have launched a news and current affairs-style programme ‘Creating a Security Culture,’. Aired at the Institute’s tenth annual conference at the Honorable Artillery Company in central London, it features international security, how emerging threats to global security are being tackled with technology and heightened awareness for public safety.
The programme looks at how security people are working. It also looks at how digital surveillance is enhancing the quality and quantity of footage captured, and the ability companies have, to store and examine large amounts of data.
Anchored by national newsreader Natasha Kaplinsky, ‘Creating a Security Culture’ also looks into corporate espionage and hacking, social unrest and the government campaigns designed to educate the public on coping mechanisms. The programme explores the phenomenal innovation in this sector, exploring products such as, virtual laser ‘ceilings’, to satellite surveillance and ceramic ball technology. The news-style piece combines stories, key interviews and sponsored editorial profiles from The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council, EtherSec, GJD Manufacturing, Kaba, Optex, Scandef and Seagate Technologies,.
Andrew Nicholls, Chief Executive, The Security Institute said: “For almost 12 months The Security Institute has been working closely with ITN productions to help support this very special programme about the important work of security professionals. The production illustrates the wide range of essential work being carried out across the security industry and explains some of the key developments in technology which is helping to keep us all secure.”
And Simon Shelley, Head of Industry News, ITN Productions, said: “ITN Productions is delighted to of partnered with The Security Institute to explore this critical and complex profession that works to keep our society safe. By examining the technologies behind our security systems and engaging with key organisations and people across the sector we hope to shape the future of how we continue to improve the security in increasing challenging environments.”