About

Our approach

Our aim is to promote best security practice and to keep businesses informed on a variety of security-related issues with articles written by well-respected leaders in the security industry.

Each quarterly issue of City Security magazine has an average of 36 to 40 pages of high quality, well-designed, magazine styled editorial.

We work in close partnership with the City of London Crime Prevention Association and all articles published are vetted by them.

We are different

There are many security publications on the market but none quite like City Security magazine.

We only cover the security issues that matter in an editorial style that does not promote a company or its services. This means product launches, people moving jobs and new business awards do not feature in our publication.

 

Demand for City Security magazine is growing at a staggering rate

Our free nationwide distribution averages over 11,000 printed copies per issue making it the largest printed distributed security magazine in the UK. This year we have distributed 43,850 printed copies nationwide.

5,000 copies are also displayed in magazine stands at many large financial organisations in the City of London and Canary Wharf. On average, these are all taken within 2 to 3 weeks of being displayed. And our digital subscription has grown to over 4,500 named subscribers - up 2,000 from the beginning of this year.


 

 

Some interesting facts and figures
Since we launched City Security magazine nationally in the winter of 2013, we have now printed and distributed 176,800 copies. Our summer issue 64 was distributed to 11,500 around the UK making it the largest printed security magazine in the UK.

Our recently launched upgraded digital version for smart phone and tablet has a over 4,500 subscribers

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Twitter - we now have over 5,000 followers.

 

LinkedIn - From a single post there were over 3,000 individual views of our spring enewsletter.

All our data statistics are provided by Esco's Data Management Services. www.esco.co.uk