We are the UK’s largest professional membership body for security professionals, with over 4,100 members to date.
Since 2000 we have been working to promote the highest possible standards of integrity and professional competence in the business of security.
Whatever you are looking to achieve in your security career, membership of the Security Institute can help you exceed your goals. Click HERE to read more information on becoming a Security Institute member.
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Members are notified of upcoming events through the Institute’s weekly eNews bulletins sent every Friday, and via our social media channels.
The Security Institute supports a number of charities throughout the year.
At the 2020 Virtual Conference Week a virtual auction helped raise £10,000 for the Security Benevolant Fund, which provides financial or other practical support for individuals in the Security Community who cannot pay for urgent medical treatment or have fallen on hard times and need help.
Read more about Security Benevolant Fund and how you can support the charity through fundraising and donations HERE.
Proceeds from the 2020 Remembrance Event went to The Not Forgotten Association. The Not Forgotten Association combats isolation and loneliness amongst the Armed Forces community, through social activities and challenge holidays.
Read more about The Not Forgotten Association and how you can support the charity through fundraising and donations HERE.
We have a range of sponsorship opportunities to get involved with through-out the year.
Please email our Engagement Manager Jade Lapper: email@example.com, for further information.
The following businesses share the beliefs and ideals of the Security Institute and either formally or informally support the Institute through a variety of activities.
The Security Institute and ITN Productions have produced a news and current affairs style programme hosted by national newsreader Natasha Kaplinksy. ‘Creating a Security Culture’ brings to life the vital security sector through compelling interviews, reports and sponsored editorial profiles form leading organisations.
‘Creating a Security Culture’ looks closely at how and what makes us feel safe online, in the workplace and during a day out.