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Welcome to City Security Review: 31 October 2018

Each bi-weekly Review aims to improve your security know-how. It contains a selection of security-related articles taken from our latest edition and our archive. Plus, we include news on security events and special offers just for you.

We hope you find the Review a useful resource. Please let us know your views and ideas for future topics to cover.

Andrea Berkoff, Editor
Editor's Choice archive
From autumn 2018:
Seven years and growing
The Register of Chartered Security Professionals (CSyP) in 2018
by Mike Bluestone MA CYsP FSyI
Vice President, Security Institute and
Ambassador for the CSyP
From Autumn 2018:
How increased professionalism will enhance our industry's cyber credentials
by Steven Kenny
Axis Communications
"Education throughout the supply chain is crucial to increase security"

From spring 2017:
Business Continuity overcoming adversity
by James Kelly, BSIA
"A safe city is an informed city, and, with the right approach to and use of surveillance command and control technology, this is achievable."

8-10 November 2018
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The inaugural UKSec Summit, designed by and for the service sector, aims to create a special platform for those industries that are the backbone of the UK’s economy and increasingly vulnerable to cyber-attacks.
Watch out for fake TV licensing emails...
Fraudsters are sending the public fake TV licensing emails in order to steal personal and financial information. Over 2,500 reports have been made to Action Fraud in September and October alone.

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