The University of Sunderland secures police award for security

The University of Sunderland has achieved the prestigious Secured Environments award for a second time, by demonstrating their commitment to good security management. The award was presented to the University on 3rdOctober 2023 by Superintendent Rob Bosson of Northumbria Police. Originally a technical college established in 1901, with university status gained in 1992, the University has been ranked as a […]

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Report Launch: Assessing non-fungible tokens (NFTs): A resource guide for fraud practitioners

Perpetuity Research are pleased to share their latest report entitled “Assessing non-fungible tokens (NFTs): A resource guide for fraud practitioners” commissioned by the ACFE UK Chapter The purpose of the research was to enhance the anti-fraud community’s understanding of the benefits and risks associated with non-fungible tokens (NFTs). NFTs are unique cryptographic tokens residing on the blockchain, representing both real-life and […]

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Survey Launch: Can security be excellent without the right culture?

While there is much emphasis on the quality of security being delivered by security departments and providers, can it truly be excellent without first establishing the right attitude to security and the right engagement with security among the wider workforce? We are seeking the views of security professionals on the significance of security culture and factors that impact on culture […]

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The Aon Centre gains second Secured Environments award

Aon plc, a leading global professional services firm providing a broad range of risk, retirement and health solutions, has gained the prestigious Secured Environments award for The Aon Centre, their global headquarters, housed in the iconic Leadenhall Building in London. The award, presented by the Commissioner of the City of London Police, Angela McLaren, recognises that Aon is following six […]

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Security Managers lack influence over the security budget; and how to remedy that

The aim of the research was to explore the extent to which security managers are able to influence the security budget, whether and why this matters, and how greater influence can be attained. It is based on the views of security professionals from both in-house and contract positions (predominantly those currently in a ‘security manager/director’ type role), collected via an […]

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Influencing the Security Budget

Historically security managers have been marginalised from key decision-making roles in organisations but there is evidence this may be changing as security professionals are increasingly able to demonstrate that security is a business enabler. Perpetuity Research is seeking the views of security professionals, in order to better understand the obstacles faced by security managers/directors. We would welcome your insights.   […]

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Perpetuity Research Joins Movement to Shine a Spotlight on Fraud

Fraud costs individuals and organisations billions a year and the seriousness of this problems is why Perpetuity Research is proud to be an official supporter of International Fraud Awareness Week, 14-20th November 2021. This initiative, led by the ACFE, gives organisations the chance to provide training and education and other awareness raising activities to help safeguard organisations against the growing […]

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New Research Launched – Security Managers in HM Prisons: Perspectives on Security Management

Perpetuity Research has been commissioned by The Security, Order and Counter Terrorism Directorate in Her Majesty’s Prison and Probation Service to undertake research into security managers working in prisons. Despite there being a range of studies on security managers in general (for example assessing their perspectives on their role and relationships to the wider organisations in which they work), to […]

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New Research Report Published: The Mandatory Reporting of Fraud: Finding Solutions and Sharing Best Practice

    Perpetuity Research are pleased to share their latest report entitled “The mandatory reporting of fraud: Finding solutions and sharing best practice” commissioned by the ACFE UK Chapter and the Fraud Advisory Panel.   The aim of this research was to understand the attitudes of those who deal with tackling fraud towards introducing a mandatory requirement on organisations to […]

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