Police Crime Prevention Initiatives at SecurityTwenty20
Simon Newman, Head of Cyber and Business Services for Police Crime Prevention Initiatives (PCPI), will be one of the speakers at Professional Security Magazine’s SecurityTwenty20 exhibition and conference in Birmingham on Thursday, 20 February.
Simon will be joining key industry influencers and professionals from policing, corporate security, local government and retail loss prevention to discuss the latest developments in the security sector and how PCPI’s Police Digital Security Centre (PDSC) is working to reduce organisations vulnerability to cyber crime and fraud.
A number of Secured by Design (SBD) member companies will also be amongst the 75 exhibitors at the conference. SBD member companies ASSA ABLOY, CSL, Jacksons Fencing, Paxton Access and RISCO will be showing their cutting-edge security products and providing information about their services.
ASSA ABLOY is a global supplier of intelligent lock and security solutions.
CSL provide complete end-to-end connectivity solutions for security and provide secure connectivity solutions to the fire, security and telecare sectors globally.
Jacksons Fencing is a perimeter security and access control manufacturer and supplier from sports fencing through to intruder deterrent and detection around commercial properties.
Paxton Access design and manufacture market leading IP access control, door entry and building intelligence systems for smart buildings.
RISCO operates in the global security solutions market, developing cloud-based security, video monitoring and verification, and connected home solutions.
PCPI is a police owned organisation that works on behalf of the Police Service to deliver a wide range of crime prevention and demand reduction initiatives across the UK. PCPI is a not-for-profit organisation and Board Members include senior police officers from each of the four Home Nations who control and direct the work PCPI carries out on behalf of the Police Service. PCPI initiatives include SBD and the PDSC.
The PDSC works across the UK specifically to reduce the vulnerability of organisations to cyber crime and fraud by supporting them develop and innovate in a secure digital environment. The PDSC has just launched a new certification scheme for cyber security companies, which will recognise providers who have developed innovative solutions that address known cyber security threats.
The scheme has been designed to help SMEs make informed decisions when choosing a vendor to meet their specific cyber security needs. A list of these independently assessed and trusted providers will be available through the PDSC website.