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Vision, Mission, Aims


The Security Institute’s vision is to be recognised as the leading professional body for security; with a mission to inspire, inform and influence professional excellence for the benefit of our members, the security community and wider society. We are committed to providing an exceptional membership experience, with aims to:

  • Promote lifelong learning, professional development and qualification in security
  • Recognise competence through peer review and validation of our members
  • Support networking and the exchange of knowledge, information and best practice
  • Promote standards and ethics and make a valuable contribution to society through innovation
  • Collaborate with government, academic bodies and other organisations to influence policy
  • Enhance the reputation and understanding of the security discipline, providing a powerful unifying voice.

Cyber Essentials PLUS


We are thrilled to announce that we have now been awarded with
our Cyber Essentials PLUS certificate – adding extra levels of assurance
to our members on the security of our systems and the data that we hold.

About


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.

Click HERE to read our Governance documents.

29
Jul

29.07.21 SyI Golf Day


SYI
Pine Ridge Golf Club, Old Bisley Road, Frimley,Camberley, Surrey, GU16 9NX
A perfect way to meet other members for a relaxed (if not competitive) day of golf, feel free to book your own team of 4 but don't worry if you don't know anyone we will create the teams. About East Pines Golf Club   18-hole: 6,458 YARD - Opened in 1993, the course winds through gently undulating pine forest, on sandy soil that drains superbly, enabling us to keep the course in excellent playing condition all year round. At 6,458 yards from the championship tees, it’s long but still accessible to golfers of all abilities. For quality and value it has been ranked as one of the country’s top 10 public courses and golfers who discover it for the first time keep coming back for more.   Timings 10:00        Arrival - Tea, Coffee and Bacon Brioche Rolls 11:00        18 holes 17:00        1 Course Meal Further Details   Cost per person                     £60pp Cost per team of four            £200 Club COVID-19 Guidelines    https://crown-golf.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/Guide-to-Golf-During-Covid-19-WEBSITE.pdf      
£60.00

29 July, 2021   10:00

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03
Aug

August Members Lunch


SYI
Doggett's Coat & Badge, 1 Blackfriars Bridge, London, SE1 9UD
For Security Institute Members old and new! Come and find out what's going on at the SyI, and let's get to know each other. This event will be hosted by our Chief Executive Rick Mounfield, Becky O'Dell, and diaries permitting you will be able to meet some of the elected Board and existing members. If you are new to us then please don't worry if you don't know anyone yet - you soon will and we'll be on hand to make you feel welcome and introduce you around. We know it can be difficult to get started with your networking, but we're a friendly bunch and we hope you'll soon get to know us. You'll be given a name badge but we suggest you bring a supply of business cards to swap! Even if you have been a member for a while, come and catch up with other members who would love to hear about your experiences with the SyI. There'll be a drink on arrival and a short presentation, then we'll grab a delicious BBQ lunch and an optional glass or two. This event is for Security Institute members only and numbers are limited. New and existing members are most welcome - the more the merrier! Booking is essential! If you can't make it for this one we have more dates being released soon!  

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£25.00

03 August, 2021   12:00

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04
Aug

04.08.21 - Webinar - Mega Pixel Cameras. Their Influence on Security Design, and the End User Experience


CPD
Date: Wednesday 4th August 2021 Time: 10:00am Details: This webinar is for Security Institute Members and guests About this event...  Mega Pixel Cameras. Their Influence on Security Design, and the End User Experience In this week's webinar we are joined by Mike Dean of Avigilon one of our corporate partners. Very High Mega Pixel Cameras up to 60 MP (10 K resolution) are now available from Camera manufacturers, but what challenges will this bring to the industry, for the End User, Consultant and Installer. Join us to find out more about this technology.
£0.00

04 August, 2021   10:00

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28
Oct

SyI Annual Conference


SYI
The Royal Society of Medicine (1 Wimpole Street)
Come and join us at our premier CPD event for 2021. Building on the success of our last live event in 2019 we have moved to an exciting new venue for 2021 - the Royal Society of Medicine, or also known as 1 Wimpole Street. The Royal Society of Medicine  offers a central London location, just off Oxford Street and being fully compliant with the latest government guidelines and have achieved 4 accreditations #HirespaceSaferEvents #GoodToGo #AIMSecure and #World Travel & Tourism Council. This year is our first ever Hybrid event, meaning that as well as being able to join us in person for the conference, we also have the option to join us from the comfort of your own home. For those of you joining us remotely, we will be bringing the conference to you, with your very own conference pack delivered directly to your door, as well as professional and dynamic streaming of our speakers on the day. Our speakers are still in the pipeline, but we can guarantee a full day line up of industry experts from various backgrounds of security, who will be delivering topical conversation and debate. The theme of the Security Institute’s Annual Conference 2021 will be ‘Influential Security' Influence is the conundrum in security. The ability to influence impacts almost every aspect of what a security professional aims to achieve. To deter is to influence. Leadership imparts influence to promote compliance, awareness, actions and reactions. Influencers can convince and coerce, inspire and improve the social circle around them. In security we use a variety of concepts to influence such as Crime prevention through environmental design, psychological campaign such as "see it, say it sorted". However, our adversaries do the same, to radicalise and inspire violence. To create fear in a population and even using our media and social media to deliver deep fake, epistemic risks that influence populations to follow a path without question. During this hybrid conference, we will explore aspects of influence that will develop a deeper understanding of how you may improve your influential abilities whilst considering how threat actors may be manipulating us.  

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28 October, 2021   09:00

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Booking Terms


Unless otherwise stated:

  • Full payment is required before attending an event
  • Provisional bookings are not confirmed until payment is received
  • A full refund is available for cancellations received 10 working days prior to the event
  • Photographs may be taken. Your image may appear on our website and/or be used in marketing material by ourselves and our Event Sponsors
  • Member credit may be used towards ticket prices.

Members are notified of upcoming events through the Institute’s weekly eNews bulletins sent every Friday, and via our social media channels.

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Charity


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.

Our Sponsors


We have a range of sponsorship opportunities to get involved with through-out the year.

Please email our Engagement Manager Jade Lapper: jade@security-institute.org, for further information.

Our Supporters


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.


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The Security Institute & ITN Productions proudly present

Creating a security culture


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.

 

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