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Security Industry Must Invest In Infrastructure And Upgrade

The private security industry needs to very consciously create infrastructure for training which currently only two or three players have, and comprise only a fraction of security expertise that is required for the industry, asserted Capt. Raghu Raman, Founder CEO NATGRID, Reliance Industries Distinguished Fellow ORF & Author at Outstanding Security Professional Awards India chapter

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Tourists Risk Needs To Be Addressed By Specialised Agencies, Across The World

Terrorism and Political Unrest are a few topmost factors that disrupt public safety in the current years across the world. Particularly as far as political unrest is concerned, three countries showed up great risk are Turkey, Tunisia, and Egypt and are some of the countries best known for terrorist incidents” asserted Rob Mawby, Visiting Professor, Rural Criminology, Harper Adams University while elaborating the risk tourists are exposed to in foreign lands. Excerpts below:

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Global Security Domain Eying Up To Indian Security Standards For Innovation: Godfried Hendricks, Global President, ASIS International

Godfried also made an announcement of the fully virtual flagship conclave of ASIS International, the Global Security Exchange (GSX+) to be held from 21st top 25th September, 2020.

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Security World Is Not Good Enough In Identifying How Good It Is: Professor Martin Gill

As a matter of fact, in the security segment, it is very critical to get recognized and some of the premium qualities that a security professional individual or entity must adhere to are transparency, credibility and openness in their process or methods of operations: Martin Gill

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