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  • Last chance to register for the 30th Security Exhibition & Conference

    6th Jul 15

    Faced with industry innovation and evolving technologies, security professionals are being urged to to attend the 2015 Security Exhibition & Conference, Australasia’s premier security industry event. With just 10 days to go until the event, which returns to the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre from July 15-17, we're encouraged anyone looking for an edge in the industry to register now or risk falling behind on the latest business security solutions.  

  • SLED update: Draft Incident & Sign-on Register Requirements.

    2nd Jul 15

    The SLED has released extracts from its draft Compliance Guide for Master Licensees for comment by the security industry.  These extracts detail the proposed "approved manner and form" requirements for incident and sign-on registers.

  • Security risk management – getting it right!

    1st Jul 15

    The Security in Government (SIG) 2015 conference scheduled at the National Convention Centre, Canberra from 31 August to 2 September will focus on Security risk management – getting it right!

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  • A new perspective is paramount as data security threats loom large

    3rd Jul 15

    With cyber-crime now the leading hazard of 21st century businesses, Australian security managers and executives need to think differently about data security and how to deal with the threat of cyber-attacks, top experts have cautioned.  

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  • Emerging Crisis Management Trends: Risks and Controls of the Future

    2nd Jul 15

    When crises threaten our individual or organisational well-being, we all know that some people are better at managing these situations than others. Obviously, those who can prevent a given crisis from occurring are best at eliminating potential damage. And, the next best mitigation strategy is to be one step ahead of a crisis when it does occur. In either case, a key component for effective crisis management is to “anticipate.” Those who can accurately predict future crises or get ahead of an emerging crisis progression are best at protecting the core assets of an organisation. 

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  • As an employer of security personnel what is meant by my duty of care?

    23rd Jun 15

    In this guest blog, Director of Campus Safety and Security at the University of Western Sydney (UWS), Adam Bryne answers the following question: As an employer of security personnel what is meant by my duty of care to staff?

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