Technology Systems transforming one of Greece’s busiest sea portsSteeped in history and surrounded by the crystal clear waters of the Aegean Sea, the Greek island of Rhodes is one of Europe’s most popular tourist destinations. With many of the holiday-makers arriving by sea, the Rhodes Port Authority put together a tender for a security technology programme that met the International Ship and Port Facility Security Code (ISPS).
Restoring the war-torn: securing medical teams in conflict zonesDelivering medical care in complex and conflict-affected areas is fraught with challenges, making healthcare provision and the protection of carers an essential part of the overall service provided by G4S.
G4S teams up with the Canadian Mounties on counter terror programmeThe Royal Canadian Mounted Police has opened up its counter terrorism workshop to the security industry. G4S in Canada was the first security company to partner with the RCMP and host a three day workshop with officers and customers from across the country.
From the Skies to the Sea: how G4S helps keep holidaymakers safe at Port ZeebruggeWhen designing a new screening process for cruise ship passengers at a major European port, G4S was able to draw on its significant airport screening expertise to establish the most effective security solution.
HMP Birmingham agreementG4S announces that by mutual agreement with the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) it will permanently transfer the management of HMP Birmingham to Her Majesty’s Prison and Probation Service (HMPPS) with effect from 1 July 2019.
Protecting a world-class data centre from criminal activityTo protect RagingWire’s two million square feet of data centre infrastructure from criminal activity, AMAG Technology, a G4S company, and G4S Secure Integration work together to allow security personnel to monitor and control the numerous on-site security systems from one place.
G4S opens flagship National Cash Centre in DublinG4S Cash Solutions Ireland has opened its new state of the art National Cash Centre in Dublin, which will serve over 3000 businesses and financial institutions across Ireland. With almost 10,000 square metres of space, the new cash centre is G4S’s largest facility of its kind across the G4S global network.
Solid Gold ServiceThe world took notice when two of the biggest gold nuggets ever discovered were found in Australia last year, and G4S was on hand with decades of experience to securely take them on an international tour.
Breaking the cycle of e-bike theftsTheft of electronic bicycles in the Netherlands has become a significant issue in recent years. Now, a new track and trace security solution developed by G4S and AXA has made it a lot harder for thieves to get away with it.
Cash is king in Africa - G4S World Cash ReportCash will remain a very important means of payment for years to come in Africa, according to the G4S World Cash Report being presented at the Africa and Middle East Cash Cycle Seminar (ICCOS) in Accra, Ghana, today.
G4S Risk Consulting Secures Three Year Agreement with ICCG4S Risk Consulting has secured a three-year agreement with cricket’s global governing body, the International Cricket Council (ICC). G4S will offer security advice at the very highest level on matters of operational and strategic value to the ICC.
G4S clears a path to safety in South SudanAs organisations collaborate to support peace building and post-conflict development in South Sudan, G4S is identifying and removing explosive remnants of war in the country’s most affected areas, working with communities to understand the risks they pose.
Reconstructing a city that survived ISIS: how G4S contributes to the rebuilding of IraqUnder the management of the United Nations Mine Action Service (UNMAS) and together with Al Saqar, the in-country Explosive Ordnance Disposal partner, G4S is helping people to restore their lives and re-occupy their city, and use the infrastructures and basic facilities that they once enjoyed.
Open source technology: why the security industry must embrace a more open approachPresident of AMAG Technology, a G4S company, Kurt Takahashi, explains why it is vital that the security industry embraces open source technology.
Consumerisation and the commercial security marketSenior Director of Cloud and Enterprise Solutions for G4S, Joe Young, explains how advances in video games, mobile phones, televisions and more will disrupt commercial security.
Family focused reform at HM Prison ParcCorin Morgan-Armstrong, Head of Family Interventions, for G4S custody and detention services in the UK, explains how HM Prison Parc in Wales is showcasing the benefits of prisoner rehabilitation through its Invisible Walls project
Security and drones: A force for goodSenior Director of Cloud and Enterprise Solutions for G4S, Joe Young explains why the increasing use of drones among consumers, organisations, governments and industries is an exciting opportunity to develop the security ecosystem
Securing critical infrastructure: From design to deliveryAn introduction to Effects Based Security Design from G4S's head of solutions design, Noah Price, and the company's security lead at Hinkley Point C nuclear power station, Alistair McBride
Parliament should not become a fortressIt might seem paradoxical for a security expert to question calls for tighter security, but the UK should think twice before turning the Palace of Westminster into a fortress.
PRISON SAFETY - Going beyond a simple debateOur lead for the prisons we manage in England and Wales, Jerry Petherick, on tackling violence and improving safety for officers and prisoners.
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