Following the great success of the BSIA's Information Destruction Conference and Exhibition in May 2012, we are pleased to annouce that the event is returning again in June 2013. This one-day conference and exhibition is aimed at key decision makers in organisations that carry out the secure destruction of confidential material.
Demand for lone worker protection services by the UK’s transport sector is set to increase this year as employees face continued risk from physical violence, armed robbery and verbal threats, research carried out by the newly-launched Lone Worker Section of the British Security Industry Association (BSIA) has revealed.
The British Security Industry Association (BSIA) launched its newest section of membership at IFSEC International yesterday (Wednesday 15th May 2013), in recognition of the growing market for Lone Worker protection products and services.
The British Security Industry Association (BSIA) is pleased to announce the appointment of Baroness Ruth Henig as the Association’s special advisor on regulatory change.
The British Security Industry Association (BSIA) - the trade body representing the UK's private security industry - has revealed its activity plan for this year's IFSEC International exhibition and conference, which takes place in Birmingham in less than one week's time (13 – 16 May 2013).
The British Security Industry Association (BSIA), the industry voice for security products and services, has recently launched its newly created Vacant Property Protection Group, a sub-group of the BSIA’s Physical Security Equipment Section.
The British Security Industry Association (BSIA) has welcomed the Home Office’s appointment of Stephen Phipson as the new Director of Security Industry Engagement in its Office for Security and Counter Terrorism.
The British Security Industry Association (BSIA) has published a revised edition of its CCTV users’ logbook, to reflect recent developments relating to industry standards and governance.
The British Security Industry Association (BSIA) has welcomed the release of a new report entitled ‘Roads to Success: SME Exports’, published last month by the House of Lords Select Committee on Small and Medium Enterprises.
Bicycle theft is a growing problem across the UK, and in recognition of this, the Asset and Property Marking Section of the British Security Industry Association (BSIA) has launched a helpful guide for cyclists to emphasise the importance of marking their bikes with forensic solutions in order to deter thieves.
The hard work and dedication of two security professionals from Burton on Trent have earned them the British Security Industry Association (BSIA) Regional Security Personnel Award for Service to the Customer in the Midlands.
New research has revealed the growing importance of robust health and safety measures to protect staff and businesses from potential Corporate Manslaughter claims, which can arise when deaths are caused by management failures that are deemed to constitute a gross breach of duty of care.
The hard work and dedication of one of The Mall Blackburn’s Security Supervisors has earned him a top accolade. Gareth Stead Clark, who is employed by Vision Security Group (VSG) and has worked at The Mall for five years, won the award for Best Use of Technology in the North West heat of the British Security Industry Association (BSIA) Regional Security Personnel Awards.
Trust, accountability and the delivery of value for money are three key deliverables essential for the private security industry to build successful working relationships with the Police, according to attendees of a recent parliamentary roundtable meeting, hosted by the British Security Industry Association (BSIA).
The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) wants a Budget for small firms, which will give opportunities for investment, growth and job creation and return confidence to small businesses. The FSB has called for incentives to take on new staff and for the Chancellor to announce a review of how enterprise support is delivered through central and local government to ensure support is focused and effective.
BSIA research spotlights prescription for healthy data disposal: One in four healthcare professionals have reported that their organisation has been the subject of some sort of data breach, new research carried out on behalf of the Information Destruction (ID) Section of the British Security Industry Association (BSIA) has revealed.
The British Security Industry Association (BSIA) is proud to announce the regional winners of this year’s Annual Security Personnel Awards.
With changes to industry regulation and licensing set to impact the UK’s private industry later this year, the British Security Industry Association (BSIA) has organised an exclusive breakfast briefing to explore the impact of a changing regulatory regime.
Banknote Watch, the crime reduction partnership aimed at reducing the profits of cash-in-transit and ATM crime, has appointed a new Chairman following a lengthy selection process.
The British Security Industry Association has produced a guide for end-users and security buyers, to help them understand the proposed changes to the licensing and regulatory regime of the UK’s private security industry, which are set to impact all companies that use private security personnel.
The British Security Industry Association (BSIA) has today announced a new partnership with Skills for Security, in a landmark move that brings the sector skills body firmly back within the remit of the industry.
Members of the British Security Industry Association's Export Council, who exhibited at the recent Intersec 2013 exhibition in Dubai, are reporting a high level of visitor interest in the wide range of innovative UK security solutions, from integrated systems to access control, CCTV, perimeter protection, intruder alarm and power supply technology, on display during this year's show.
The British Security Industry Association (BSIA) has recently released a free guide to aid the retail sector in understanding the benefits of access control security systems.
Figures released today reveal the rising risk of fraud faced by British businesses, and highlight the importance of secure data management and destruction in avoiding financial and reputational losses.
The BSIA’s popular free-to-attend ‘Manchester Security’ event is set to return this Spring, with the event’s theme exploring new and innovative methods of providing business security and community safety.