The Ministry of Defence’s Employer Recognition Scheme (ERS) acknowledges employers who have provided exceptional support to the armed forces community and defence by going above and beyond their covenant pledges by employing and supporting reservists and veterans. Having been awarded Bronze earlier in the year, Vigilance is delighted to announce that the company has now been awarded ERS Silver, missing out on Gold by only the narrowest of margins, the team will be working hard towards achieving the top award next year.
This month we spoke to Tiffany Broome, to gain her insights into the role of security at large events. Tiffany is Head of Live Experiences at Bright Partnerships, a marketing communications agency specialising in partnerships in sports and lifestyle. She has twenty-years of experience in the Global sports events industry, and has worked on four Rugby World Cups, numerous Football World Cups, Commonwealth Games, ATP Grand Slams and five Olympic Games.
Vigilance was founded a decade ago with clear social enterprise goals. A top priority back in 2008 was to help veterans’ transition into civilian life within our day to day business. Much water has passed under the bridge, but in 2019 we stay true to our founding principles. Among our recent initiatives has been our engagement as signatories to the Armed Forces Covenant, and our participation in its Employer Recognition Scheme. We proudly support those who serve through this initiative and in this podcast we interview Drew Jeacock to tell us more.
This month we caught up with Paul Stokes, CEO and co-founder of Prevalent AI, to discuss the role of data science and cyber security. Prevalent AI help companies understand, deploy and support the most advanced security solutions.
This month, we spoke with the leading provider of consultancy and services in this contentious area, Addveritas, to discuss the subject of whistleblowing and what impact improving practices will have at Vigilance.
Commercial director Ian Lyons and chairman John Lennon provided panel expertise to present to...
This month we spoke to Kate Bright about women and diversity in the Security Industry. As Managing Director of UMBRA International and herself Close Protection (CP) trained, Kate has long been in the vanguard of stimulating the drive for equal opportunities & diversity and we were interested to hear her thoughts on what progress has been made.
When it comes to safeguarding property, there’s no doubt that technology is incredibly useful. But to be truly effective, it needs to be part of a larger whole: just one element within a coherently designed security strategy. Find out more about our approach.