Home Office Security Information and Data Exchange Pilot
A Home Office survey of UK companies to identify what security and counter-terrorism information would be helpful to businesses.
The Home Office has launched a survey aimed at gathering information from UK businesses on what sort of information on countering terrorism and security might be helpful. This survey will run for two weeks. They are keen to get a wide coverage of different sectors and businesses ranging from SMEs to large companies.
If you are a security professional, run your own business, or are keen to know more about what your company can do to help the fight against terrorism, this is a chance to let the Home Office know more about how they might help.
The survey is now open and closes at midnight on Friday 24 March.
Enquiries should be addressed to the contact details above or email ProjectSIDE@homeoffice.gsi.gov.uk
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