International Development Secretary Justine Greening recently announced new support for specialist units in the Metropolitan Police, City of London Police, the Crown Prosecution Service and the Serious Organised Crime Agency.
BGP Global Services have recently signed a partnership agreement with the Al-Fareeq Centre in Kuwait.
The Serious Fraud Office announced on the 17th December that three men and a woman have appeared
We have recently conducted a crisis management tabletop exercise for the senior UK management an
The Sun has today highlighted the loss of a number of exhibits from famous (or infamous) murder cases. These include exhibits from the murders of Sandra Rivett (Lord Lucan’s nanny), Lin and Megan Russell, and Alison Shaughnessy.
A debate has started as to whether or not you should give false details on social media in order to protect security.
A Council whose former employees’ pension records were found in an over-filled paper recycle bank in a supermarket car park have been fined £250,000 for the data breach. Scottish Borders Council employed an outside company to digitise the records, but failed to seek appropriate guarantees on how the personal data would be kept secure. That […]
Counterfeit medicines accounted for 24% of all seizures by EU Customs last year (2011), a recent report claims. A total of 27,460,538 such items were seized. The ‘original’ retail value of these items was €27,638,540 (£21,933,966).
We have recently conducted a training session aimed at raising the awareness of teenagers as to
Following on from previous successful training carried out for telecomm companies in Africa, BGP