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A comprehensive information website produced by a number of public and private organisations to combat identity theft
A not-for-profit membership organisation representing the private and public sectors dedicated to the prevention of fraud
Information for retailers, consumers and stakeholders
A PDF report by Ordnance Survey and CIFAS, The UK's Fraud Prevention Service
Published October 2013
Accredit UK is a quality business standard with ongoing certification that is awarded to suppliers of ICT. Purchasers of ICT should look out for this mark of excellence, which has the support of the British Standards Institute amongst others.
BS ISO/IEC 27001:2005/ BS 7799-2:2005 Information technology. Security techniques. Information security management systems. Requirements
BS ISO/IEC 27002:2005 Information technology Security techniques Code of practice for information security management ISO/IEC 17799:2005 = international equivalent
BS ISO/IEC 27004:2009 Information technology Security techniques Information security management Measurement
BS 7799-3:2006 Information security management systems. Guidelines for information security risk management
LPS 1224: Issue 2.1 Requirements for secure database registers
Published 2005 by BRE Global Ltd
Please note that LPCB’s Red Book Live is showing LPS 1271 Issue 1.0
BS 8213-4:2007 Windows, doors and roof lights. Code of practice for the survey and installation of windows and external doorsets
BM Trada ‘Q’ Mark Survey and Installation of Windows and External Doorsets
This organisation comprises insurers, brokers, and surveyors and is a scheme for the advancement of risk management within the fire and security sectors.
A wide variety of documents can be downloaded free after you have registered
The Association of British Insurers is the trade body for insurance companies in the UK. The Association has around 400 companies in membership. Between them, they provide around 90% of domestic insurance services sold in the UK. ABI member companies also account for almost 15 per cent of investments in the London stock market.
A social enterprise, community interest company, not driven by private profit, which facilitates open access to and exchange of crime and justice information, locally, regionally, nationally and internationally.