Government publishes new Security Policy Framework

This useful new security guidance framework allows for much of this material to be placed in the public domain leading Sir Gus O’Donnell to say that the hoped that by allowing greater access to the framework that it would lead to great security awareness, the sharing of best practice and transparency about the aims and objectives for the Government with regards to national security.  There are seven security policies with section 3 covering the Baseline Personnel Security Standard amongst other personnel security considerations.

Director of Agenda Security Services, Norman Mortell said “This is a great initiative and provides some extremely useful advice for both public and private institutions, being one of the named organisations in the Baseline Standard for providing specific pre-employment services we are excited to see that the framework is in the public domain, helping organisations to help themselves and to avoid potentially serious security issues.”

The link to the new guidelines and framework is

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