Olga Inshakova, on 02-Aug-2016 10:20:00
Sadly the events in Paris and more recently the suicide bombing of Brussels airport and Metro have underlined the difficulties of protecting crowds in public spaces. There is certainly a recognition, Europe-wide, that more should be done at stadiums, airports and transport hubs, entertainment venues, shopping centres and other public spaces. With Euro 2016 just weeks away, had strengthened security requirements for the fan zones, for example, by tightening entry controls by means of the systematic frisking of spectators and the use of CCTV in all fan zones. Now is the favorable time and the right set of circumstances for international security vendors to be involved to big projects in anticipation of 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia.