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The British Security Industry Association (BSIA) – the trade body for the UK’s private security industry – is launching the results of a white paper which examines the challenges of buying and selling high-quality security solutions.

 

The white paper addresses the empirical question of the relative advantages and disadvantages between low-priced and high-quality solutions, whether one or both of these factors matter and by how much. The paper addresses this by exploring the price versus quality debate from the perspectives of both buyers and sellers of security solutions.

For security providers, the paper examines the importance for the industry of focussing on delivering high-quality solutions, rather than competing on price alone.

The paper also aims to help end users to find the security solutions suitable for their business through checklists distilled from the discussion throughout the paper.

The white paper will be launched to a select group of publications on  Friday 4th November.