Event security

Friday 14th September 2018

Event security Are you planning an event, either large or small scale, and want to make sure all of your visitors stay safe? Well look no further than 360 Alert Security. We will efficiently manage your event and make sure all of your staff and customers have a great time. Our security officers are highly skilled in crowd management and risk assessment, all while delivering excellent customer service. We know how important it is for guests to enjoy an event, and how much of a difference this makes to a company's reputation. That's why we make it our mission to provide the best possible security services for your event. Click Here for more information…

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Nottingham City Council

Friday 14th September 2018

Showcasing all the amazing events, festivals and awesome things to do in and around the City, Nottingham's official What's On guide is brought to you by Nottingham City Council and Visit Nottinghamshire. Click here Find out More…

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There are no real shortcuts to most security problems

Thursday 6th September 2018

There are no real shortcuts to most security problems For Xerox Chief Information Security Officer Dr. Alissa Johnson, human ingenuity, partnerships and automation are the answer to most security problems the company has encountered and might yet encounter. "The future is an amalgamation of many futures, shaped by privacy policies, breaches, all types of threats and cybersecurity responses. Changes in any of these change the trajectory of the future," she explains to Help Net Security. "We try to comprehend all of the possible futures and to prepare for them. There are no real shortcuts. I wish there were, but there aren't." So, the company gets ready for the unknown by championing a multi-layered approach to security, whereby one layer can serve as a safety net for the others. Cybersecurity insurance shouldn't replace defense One of the security layers that every enterprise should maintain to optimize their security is cybersecurity insurance. But while having it makes good sense, but relying on that as a replacement for sound security practices does not. "Diverting more funds into cybersecurity insurance instead of bolstering defenses increases the likelihood of a breach. More to the point, though, insurance payments can't make up for all of the damage done by a cyberattack," she points out. "When customers' personal data is stolen, businesses can lose trust. When trade secrets and pricing become available to competitors, reputations and brands can be weakened and business can be lost. Fixing the problem can be a big drain on time as well as money. And make no mistake, the costs are high." The various security layers are meant to complement one another. "Expecting that one layer to replace or compensate for a lower investment in another is shortsighted," she opines. for info please Click here…

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The Sun Lates News

Sunday 19th August 2018

A SECURITY alert was triggered close to a Tyson Fury fight at Belfast's Windsor Park after police evacuated homes and "conducted controlled explosions". Cops swarmed the park's railway bridge in South Belfast as 25,000 fight fans gathered there for the WBC heavyweight championship over a feared bomb scare.Read More…

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360 Alert Security Ltd Accreditations

Saturday 18th August 2018

360 Alert Security is proud to announce that its SIA ACS, Constructionline, ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and SafeContractor Accredited. Click here for all accreditations certificates - SIA ACS (Approved Contractor Scheme) - Constructionline - ISO 9001:2015 - ISO 14001:2015 - ISO 18788:2015 - SafeContractor - CHAS (Health & Safety) - smas ( SSIP Registered)…

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Enjoying Success

Friday 17th August 2018

360 Alert Security is happy to announce that we have secured a very good contract and as always our commitment is delivering a service above and beyond the Standards, Quality and expectations of our clients. Have piece of mind with 360 Alert Security get in touch today for the best price and reliable service. 0800 043 4922…

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360 Alert Security Head Office

Friday 17th August 2018

Welcome to 360 Alert Security HQ 360 Alert Security LTD, is a well established leading private security company based in Nottingham. we provide a comprehensive wide range of security services in Nottingham, East Midland and throughout the nation. We can %100 help you with all range of security concerns to your business contact us and speak to one of our expert so he can come up with best security solutions tailored to you business with Guaranteed unbeatable Price. 24/7 freephone 0800 043 4922…

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Nottingham Arboretum

Monday 13th August 2018

Click Here For Nottingham City Council This Green Flag award winning park is Nottingham's oldest public park and the closest park to the city centre. A historic, beautifully maintained park that is home to an important collection of over 800 trees, some of which are from the original collection planted in the 19th century. The Arboretum was opened on the 11th May 1852 by the Mayor, Mr W Felkin and the Sheriff of the Borough, Mr Ball, in front of 30,000 people. Easily accessible from the city centre and the wider community via the tram network that runs alongside, this park plays a vital role for the local community and is the site for many organised events.…

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SIA (Security Industry Authority)

Saturday 11th August 2018

Click here for SIA Latest News The Security Industry Authority is the organisation responsible for regulating the private security industry. We are an independent body reporting to the Home Secretary, under the terms of the Private Security Industry Act 2001. Our remit covers the United Kingdom. We have two main duties. One is the compulsory licensing of individuals undertaking designated activities within the private security industry; the other is to manage the voluntary Approved Contractor Scheme, which measures private security suppliers against independently assessed criteria. SIA licensing covers manned guarding (including security guarding, door supervision, close protection, cash and valuables in transit, and public space surveillance using CCTV), key holding and vehicle immobilising. Licensing ensures that private security operatives are 'fit and proper' persons who are properly trained and qualified to do their job. Our Approved Contractor Scheme introduced a set of operational and performance standards for suppliers of private security services. Those organisations that meet these standards are awarded Approved Contractor status. This accreditation provides purchasers of private security services with independent proof of a contractor's commitment to quality.…

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The Guardian News latest

Saturday 11th August 2018

Click here for The Guardian Latest News Theft and crash of Seattle airplane prompts FBI investigation Authorities investigating major security breach that enabled 'suicidal' airline employee to take off with empty plane US authorities are investigating how a "suicidal" airline employee was able to steal a plane from Seattle-Tacoma international airport and fly for more than an hour before crashing the aircraft, in a major security breach. F-15 fighter jets were scrambled to pursue the rogue aircraft after it took off at 7.30pm on Friday evening and circled south of Seattle for just over an hour. The plane crashed on Ketron Island in the Puget Sound waterway about 25 miles south-west of the airport, with video footage showing smoke rising from the crash site. Video footage showed the Horizon Air plane doing large loops and other dangerous manoeuvres. In recorded comments to air traffic controllers, the man had indicated he intended to crash the plane. The pilot has been named as 29-year-old Richard Russell, a Seattle-area resident who had been working as a ground services employee with Horizon Air, a subsidiary of Alaska Airlines, according to The Seattle Times, citing multiple sources. Rick Christenson, a former co-worker, told the newspaper Russell was "a quiet guy" who "seemed like he was well liked by the other workers". The FBI declined to name the pilot, who is believed to have been killed in the crash. Investigators believe the airline employee used his security clearance to steal the Q400 turboprop plane from a maintenance area. He had been credentialed to access to planes as part of his work, which included cleaning and towing aircraft, as well as baggage handling. He underwent a background check when he was hired by Horizon in February 2015 and had been subjected to biennial reviews since.…

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