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Nerve agent released in the UK

Nerve agent released in the UK

Roger Gomm takes a look at the events that unfolded in Salisbury, UK, after Sergei and Yulia Skripal were poisoned by a weapons-grade nerve agent in March 2018

  • CBRN
  • Health
  • Responder
  • Response
Holding your nerve

Holding your nerve

Stephen Johnson discusses the handling of the nerve agent attack in Salisbury, UK, including the response, political challenges and communications

  • CBRN
  • Chemicals
Childcare providers in disasters

Childcare providers in disasters

Recent disasters have highlighted the gaps in preparedness when it comes to children, according to Rita Burke, who announces a new, free video, to help childcare providers plan for emergencies

  • Preparedness
Victims of explosive violence

Victims of explosive violence

Nigel Ellway showcases a new campaign that focuses on caring for and empowering those impacted by explosive violence

  • Communities
  • Health
  • Hospitals
  • NGO
Long-term conflict effects

Long-term conflict effects

Jennifer Dathan highlights the reverberating effects of explosive weapons by examining the long-term impact of explosive violence from the civil war in Sri Lanka

  • Aid
  • conflict
  • Health
Automotive cybersecurity time-bomb

Automotive cybersecurity time-bomb

As the automotive industry acquires the necessary skills to build secure vehicles that make use of a connection to the Internet, cars are entering a diffi cult transition period, writes Alex Davies, who calls for a standardised cybersecurity approach

  • Cyber Security
  • Technology
Data protection

Data protection

Data protection is as much an ethical – even a cultural issue – as regulatory or compliance, says Sam Forsberg. But it is not just governments and organisations that have a role to play; individuals must take responsibility for their data as well

  • Data
  • Preparedness
  • Technology
Digital security in the Middle East

Digital security in the Middle East

Kristina Tantsyura analyses how the information security landscape is changing in the Middle East, as she examines the implications of new technologies, data protection and overall regional development

  • Cyber Security
  • Technology
Countering counterfeiting

Countering counterfeiting

The pernicious effects of fake goods are manifest throughout the supply chain, from modern slavery in manufacturing, to deadly unsafe products and funding terrorism. Emily Hough interviews Brian Monks of Underwriters Laboratories to learn more

  • Resilience
  • Terrorism
  • Trafficking
Review of Manchester bomb response

Review of Manchester bomb response

However much planning and training goes into preparing for a major incident, there are likely to be procedural failures that lead to a signifi cant degradation of service delivery, according to David Rubens

  • Leadership
  • Lessons Learned
  • Management
  • Response
When is stress a problem?

When is stress a problem?

In this issue, Charlotte Copeland discusses how workplace stress and psychological trauma affect both individual and organisational resilience

  • Health
  • Personnel protection
  • Resilience
  • Stress & PTSD
R&D: Forensic video analysis

R&D: Forensic video analysis

CRJ reports on BrainChip’s innovative AI-powered video analysis software and hardware

  • Technology
NIMS Part III

NIMS Part III

Nicholas B Hambridge, Arnold M Howitt, and David W Giles conclude this series looking at the implementation of NIMS

  • Preparedness
  • Resilience
  • Response
  • USA
Frontline: Google’s crisis response

Frontline: Google’s crisis response

Emily Hough speaks to Yossi Matias, VP of Engineering at Google and Managing Director of Google’s R&D Centre, where he leads efforts in Search, Rescue and Crisis Response

  • Preparedness
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