The first formal meeting of officials working under the French-Anglo Treaty took place in Paris today (8 July 2011) and a joint communiqué has been released.
The announcement and documentation on the phase 2 consultation on the revised chapters of Emergency Preparedness
On Wednesday 25 May 2011, President Obama and Prime Minister David Cameron reaffirmed their close bilateral co-operation, and charted important new steps forward, on an area of increasing attention: cyberspace issues, particularly cyber security.
The Office of Cyber Security & Information Assurance in the Cabinet Office will continue to work across Whitehall, with the private sector and international partners on these issues.
The Cerberus e-veting system has been developed on behalf of the national security community and will deliver a faster, more effective and efficient national security vetting system.
The benefits of the system are predicted on the use of intelligent, user friendly electronic security questionnaires. For those customers who are unable to use the e-portal and e-form in the first instance, the series of hard copy security questionnaires (NSV001-004) found below should be used.
The Critical Infrastructure Resilience Programme has published for consultation the Guide – Keeping the Country Running: Natural Hazards and Infrastructure.
The overall cost to the UK economy from cyber crime is £27bn per year, according to the first joint Government and industry report into the extent and cost of cyber crime across the UK, launched today by the Office of Cyber Security & Information Assurance in the Cabinet Office and information intelligence experts Detica.
Course date for the Central Governemnt Emergency Response Training
In 2008 the Civil Contingencies Secretariat commissioned Leeds University to produce a series of research reports collectively titled ‘Understanding Crowd Behaviour’. These reports are now being published as part of the body of UK Civil Protection Guidance.
Protecting Against Terrorism gives general protective security advice from The Centre for the Protection of National Infrastructure (CPNI).
The Central Government’s Concept of Operations sets out the UK arrangements for responding to and recovering from emergencies, irrespective of cause or location and requiring co-ordinated central government action.