Features are carefully selected from across the website and magazine, these articles are contributed by a wide range of authors from across the sectors covered by Fire & Security Matters, as well as the editorial team. Addressing the latest topics in terms of technological developments, legislation and industry issues
FIRE SAFETY has always been a well-documented subject, with various experts and regulatory bodies sharing key insights that save lives. Despite this, practical knowledge can sometimes be overshadowed by false information and myths. Here, Karen Trigg investigates some common myths and outlines the correct way in which to handle the discipline of fire safety.
IN LIGHT of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and the impact that the Coronavirus has exerted all over the globe, now more so than ever the financial services sector must focus its attentions on operational resilience and risk management. Here, Rich Cooper outlines the key reasons why.
SUGGESTING THAT the Government has left the taxpayer vulnerable to multi-million pound theft is a pretty big accusation to make, but this is the charge that has been levelled at the Conservatives by prominent anti-fraud organisations. Neil Williams voices concern about the risk of fraud centred on Coronavirus loan schemes.
A10 NETWORKS recently launched its State of DDoS Weapons Report (Q2 2020), the contents of which is based on approximately ten million unique source addresses tracked by the company. As Ehab Halablab observes, the document sheds more light on the nature of DDoS attacks and the key trends and observations that enterprises can learn from when adopting a successful defence.
FREEDOM OF Information requests sent to the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) by business crime-focused solicitors Rahman Ravelli appear to support the argument that self-reporting bribery and corruption concerns can bring benefits. Here, Aziz Rahman elaborates on the detail.