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Afghanistan's own forces will take lead responsibility for delivering security in a number of new areas across the country, it was announced yesterday, including the Nad 'Ali district of Helmand province where British forces operate.
Terrorists are increasingly targeted large corporations. In order to ensure corporate security, your company must be armed with the technology and manpower to effectively deal with these threats. Col. Trinayan Saikia, GM, Security and Safety at DLF, describes ways in wh...
18 October 2010 The Government has today published its National Security Strategy: "A Strong Britain in an Age of Uncertainty", which outlines our reappraisal of Britain’s role in the world, the risks to our security and their implication for the UK.
With the rise of globalisation and escalating cross-border terrorism, protecting and enhancing national security – population and assets – is increasingly occupying government’s agendas in the Middle East and North Africa. The enlarged focus on national security is...
Geospatial systems are becoming a keenly valued capability for port security measures, wherein security teams have found an advantage in advanced surveillance and tracking of the immediate area.
The US has declared October as National Cyber Security Awareness Month, which is aimed at fostering and maintaining a "safe, secure, and resilient cyber environment." The Department of Homeland Security is leading efforts to raise cyber awareness in public and priva...
Following on from some of the themes highlighted by David Luna at the CABSEC13 conference, such as the national security approach to combating threat networks, the Center for Complex Operations (CCO) has produced this edited volume, Convergence: Illicit Networks and N...
Transformative new developments in GIS technology have prompted national security organisations across APAC to enhance their GEOINT capabilities. Defence IQ takes a look at the views of leading GIS experts from around the world and asks, "Why is GIS now more importa...
As the recent Chatham House report on the UK’s reliance on – and failings of – the private sector to safeguard our national infrastructure made clear, it is now more pertinent than ever to assess the data security industry and its progressive capabilities.
Here is the concluding part of the Defence IQ Cyber Security special. The first half is available at DefenceIQ.com. When Policy and Industry Collide
The provision of maritime security services in Nigeria is about to be turned on its head; non-legal actors will be forced out of the country and the Nigerian Navy and National Security Agency will begin to play an even more important role in regulating the industry....
Defence IQ recently sat down with Captain Aurelio Hinarejos of the National Armaments Directorate of the Spanish Ministry of Defence. He is the national coordinator for the ESSOR programme and we wanted to find out a little more about what that entailed… Could you p...
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