Published: April 22, 2013

In one form or another, firms in the UK and London in particular are becoming more global every year, and acting accordingly. For the security and business continuity industry that supports them the challenge is to keep pace.

City Security magazine asked Pilgrims' Director of Risk and Information Services, Richard Lovell-Knight, to examine this in its current issue.

“UK businesses that have foreign subsidiaries, offices, partners, investments, supply and distribution chains, particularly in the developing world, or those who send travellers abroad regularly, are likely to need a security and continuity response capability in a control centre at home,” he explains.

"Firms whose security companies have a global outlook and capability will be at an advantage. It would be completely wrong to conclude that globally responsive security operations mean high prices. In practice, especially for those vendors who are lean and focused enough, the opposite is true.”

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