Font Size: A A A


May 2017 print issue

Arriving on desks is the May 2017 print issue of Professional Security magazine. To view online visit the ‘magazine‘ part of the Professional Security website.

It looks at the Westminster terror attack of March and features lone worker protection, including the Suzy Lamplugh Trust annual awards that were presented only yards from the cordon after the attack of the afternoon before. We bring the second of a three-part report on the counter-terrorism patrolling tactic Project Servator, from the nuclear power site Sellafield in West Cumbria, as guests of the 100 per cent armed Civil Nuclear Constabulary.

We were at the recent National Security Inspectorate (NSI) Installer Summit in Birmingham, to hear the speakers, and give a page each to a surveyor’s inside view of the Hatton Garden robbery in London; and corporate security by Jaguar Land Rover.

Also inside are the regulars – four pages of ‘spending the budget’, four pages of new products and services, and our contributors Una Riley, who presents an update on the SIA – the United States trade body the Security Industry Association, not the UK’s SIA (Security Industry Authority); and cyber and information security awareness consultant Mike Gillespie of Advent IM, who talks about some realities of encryption. Plus our book review page, and pages about and for installers, and about networked security.

Also featured are retail loss prevention, manned guarding, and public space CCTV – for a London nightclub, and our latest Security TWENTY 17 event, the conference-exhibition running for a second spring in Dublin. And more on all those in the June print issue, when we preview the annual IFSEC exhibition.



Related News