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The professionalization of security calls for an authentic voice such as Vigilance to report about the industry, first to security practioners, key industry players, security officers, then to the world at large and correspondingly, the world to the industry.

Believing that security is everything and everything is security, Vigilance aims:

  • To inform, educate, disseminate information and entertain its numerous audiences about security matters in a reader-friendly manner devoid of the stiffness, unfriendliness and the lack of professionalism that characterise the existing security magazines.
  • To offer interactive medium for industry practitioners including security officers such as will encourage a two-way communication between our great company and its readers.
  • To offer a veritable platform for those wishing to cut their teeth in specialist area such as security journalism and go on to make a career out of it.

Of equal importance to us is the global security. Since the 9/11, the world was more than ever before, jolted up to take the issue of security very seriously and has pushed the challenge of global security to the front burner.

The birth of Vigilance therefore, is our own contribution in reporting the daunting global security challenge and tackle all threats to global security, especially terrorism head on. It is our avowed commitment to work with all the stakeholders within the UK security industry and globally, in all Europe, Africa, Asia, North and South America.

To be the number one security magazine in the world