Now you are probably wondering what I am talking about when I use the word SecurEcon. Well it’s not a character from the latest Transformers film, although thinking about it I may offer it as a suggestion to Steven Spielberg. Instead it is a word that, I think, I have made up. Now we
In the UK the Police Service and partners work very hard to keep us safe from the threat of gun crime. Firearms and weapons attacks are thankfully extremely rare, but we must always know to do stay safe. What would you do if you came under fire or heard gunshots at work or in public?
My latest article in Security News Deskhttp://www.securitynewsdesk.com/ http://securitymedia.uberflip.com/i/562487-securitynewsdesk-snd-14/09 I defer to few in my appreciated of the Pythons and the Eric Idle written sketch is one of the classics: “know what I mean squire?” However, the phrase Nudge Theory or ‘nudging’ does have more contemporary use. Wikipedia, my safety net for such things defines
In two of my articles published recently in Professional Security Magazine July (P28) (http://www.professionalsecurity.co.uk/online-magazine/21-06-15/25-07/ ) and Security News Desk Issue 13 (http://securitymedia.uberflip.com/i/535170-securitynewsdesk-13/10) I’ve spoken about personal branding and being the best You you can be. Now, it strikes me that looking at the current leadership contest for the UK Labour Party and indeed the
SMART CITIES – ALLURING OR ALARMING That font of all modern knowledge Wikipedia, defines a smart city as one that “uses digital technologies to enhance performance and wellbeing, to reduce costs and resource consumption, and to engage more effectively and actively with its citizens” (sic), and I think that’s a pretty good place to