OTHER RECENT NEWS
- Proud and extremely grateful to the NHS and all Key Workers during the Covid-19 crisis
- Happy International Women’s Day from ICTS UK & Ireland.
- ANOTHER YEAR OF SUCCESSFUL ISO AUDITS, MAINTAINING OUR ACCREDITATIONS, INCLUDING THE CONVERSION TO ISO 27701
- ICTS UK & Ireland Appoints Ashley Fernandes as Executive Director – Corporate Security.
- American Airlines re-appoints ICTS Europe as top security partner
- New Industry Research: Women in Security
- ICTS UK & Ireland expands its Airport Security provision with Aberdeen and Glasgow Airports
- Season's Greetings
- Congratulations to United Airlines at Manchester for winning the 2019 Caring Challenge Champion Award
- International Financial Institution re-appoints ICTS UK & Ireland as their security partner.
- ICTS UK & Ireland Sponsors City Security Magazine’s Article of the Year Award
- ICTS UK & Ireland: The UK Outstanding Security Performance Awards (OSPAs) Finalists
ICTS UK & Ireland attends Thought Leadership event at New Scotland Yard, London
ICTS UK & Ireland was pleased to attend the Institute of Strategic Risk Management (ISRM) London Seminar held at New Scotland Yard on Monday, 25 February 2020.
Ashley Fernandes, Executive Director - Corporate Security, ICTS UK & Ireland, who is a member of the ISRM Global Advisory Council as well as being a Management Committee Member, commented, “I have always believed that it is important for ICTS to be part of global agenda-setting, thought-leadership bodies and the London Seminar demonstrates how far the ISRM has come in this sphere in the last 10 months.”
The Institute of Strategic Risk Management was established in order to create a global centre where practitioners, academics and policy makers can come together to share information, help progress and promote the underlying understanding and capabilities associated with strategic risk and crisis management, and develop their own personal and professional networks.
Dr. David Rubens, Chief Executive of the ISRM commented, “As an organisation that believes that our primary function is to facilitate dialogue, but also to identify practical measures where the issues we are facing on a global level can be engaged with in a rational, realistic and accessible manner, it is both our engagement with and the support from organisations such as ICTS that allows the ideas we have at a conceptual level to be transformed into action-orientated impacts and influence.”