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UK Security Expo offers free Designing out Terrorism CPD

  • 27 Sep 2017

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A free-to-attend Designing out Terrorism CPD will be available to attend at UK Security Expo, London Olympia, 29-30 November.

Topics covered at the event will include cyber securing the built environment, the BIM challenge, design and security for intelligent buildings and terrorism reinsurance.

Various interesting workshops will also take place at the conference, for example the Perimeter Protection & Intrusion Detection Workshop with presentations on implementing a multi-layered physical perimeter security strategy and modern HVM solutions.

Peter Jones, Chief Executive, UK Security Expo comments: “With the adoption of BIM as a requirement on all UK publicly funded construction projects, there are many challenges for planners, engineers, designers and architects who need to influence and specify security from the outset.”

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