Counter Terror Industry Survey

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Background

Conferences and trade shows allow industry stakeholders to come together and discuss the latest developments, challenges and technologies trending in their sector. In this respect, CTX provides an invaluable opportunity for counter-terror professionals, offering a conference agenda of top-tier international speakers and an exhibition featuring innovative technologies, products and services. 

To offer the industry a snapshot barometer of topical issues, CTX carried out a survey in November 2019, giving respondents the chance to provide opinions on current readiness levels across the UK to prevent and respond to the terror threat, the threat level itself, and government counter-terror strategies.


  • This survey provides insight from public and private sector security professionals. The findings provide an opportunity for all stakeholders to further understand the current perceptions of counter-terrorism issues, and where these partnerships need to focus their efforts.
    Scott Fyfe Wilson IPM MA FICPEM

Foreword author Scott Wilson was the UK National Co-ordinator for Protect and Prepare at National Counter Terrorism HQ Scotland Yard from 2014-2018. Scott has extensive working knowledge in homicide and counter terrorism investigations, having led over 50 murder and terrorism-related enquiries. He is a member of the CTX advisory board.

Report contents include...

  • Foreword and executive summary
  • Public & private sector – response comparison
  • CONTEST strategy awareness and success
  • Preparedness for different types of attack
  • Levels of concern about Brexit
  • Preparedness for economic impact of attacks
  • International co-operation and threat factor ranking
  • Suppliers, budget and views on market demand
  • Areas for more information or education

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