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Terrorism and cyber attacks pose an increasing global threat with devastating effects on society and global markets. 2015 saw the UK government commit to spend more than two per cent of GDP on defence in the Summer Budget, with David Cameron placing an emphasis on protecting the country from terrorist and criminal organisations. While military training and air strikes continue to be extended in the middle east, it is now understood that terrorism is not a purely foreign threat. The danger of ‘home grown’ extremism within the UK has led to the introduction of the Counter-Terrorism and Security Act 2015, which requires key public bodies, including schools and NHS trusts, to recognise signs of radicalisation as part of the ‘Prevent’ duty. Counter-terror measures now have wide-reaching implications for everyday British life and must be constantly reviewed to keep up to date with modern threats at all levels, from the spread of hate speech, to cyber security, to wider military intervention. Counter Terror Business magazine, launched in 2010, is a specialist publication distributed to heads of security, intelligence officers, procurement officials for central government, Intelligence Services, Police, Home Office, Ministry of Defence, Border Control, Customs, Aviation and Port Authorities.

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FOCUSED EDITORIAL In-depth editorials from government agencies and worldwide experts cover:       

Effective counter-terrorism strategies and the latest information from Government Emerging threats: CBRN, terrorist and organised crime, cyber-terrorism, fraud, identity theft Best practice for effective inter-agency collaboration Policy and frameworks for emergency planning and crisis management Defence and emergency services procurement updates Specialist Training, Recruitment and HR management Security products for the armed forces, emergency services and private sector security operations

Editorial contributors include:       

National Crime Agency HM Prison Service Metropolitan Police Home Office Business Continuity Institute British Security Industry Association Data Centre Alliance

Regular features include: Critical National Infrastructure, Border Control, Port, Rail and Airport Security. In addition, Counter Terror Business will previews major relevant exhibitions and conferences.

THE LEADING COUNTER TERROR EVENT

The magazine was official media partner to Counter Terror Expo 2015, which took place on 21 & 22 Apr 2015 at London Olympia. The event was a secure exhibition showcasing the latest in specialist security technologies, products and solutions which form a crucial part of counter terror capabilities.


DATABASE The Counter Terror Business database contains approximately 26,000 names, job titles, organisation names, addresses and contact details of key purchasing decision makers across both Public and Private Sectors. The organisations in which they work include Local and Central Government, The Intelligence Services, Police, Home Office, Ministry of Defence, Border Control, Customs, Aviation and Port Authorities. The database has been used by many organisations to target potential buyers using direct mail and tele-marketing. A series of advertisements in Counter Terror Business, website exposure and use of the database allows organisations to use any mixture they choose to reach their audience.

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The threat of terrorist and cyber attack remains one of the most significant concerns facing governments and private sector organisations worldwide

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