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BT approach to tackling metal theft Ken Wilson Head of Security Operations BT Ireland
© British Telecommunications plc A 75 year old Georgian woman cut off internet services to all of neighbouring Armenia whilst scavenging for copper to sell as scrap when she accidentally sliced through an underground fibre cable. Jamaica placed a ban on almost all scrap metal exports in April 2010 as the Government moved to put a stop to metal theft and its negative impact on industry. Metal Theft - Statistics £770m – annual cost to UK economy as a result of metal theft – impacts various industry sectors - Transportation, Power, Communications, Water etc. 30% - increase in price of copper over last 12 months 62% – forecast rise in copper price 2009 to 2014 Metal Theft - An International Problem
© British Telecommunications plc Cables Easily Attainable with Basic Cutting Equipment Easy to Dispose of Stolen Cable in Exchange for Cash Cable Theft is Perceived as a Low Risk High Reward Crime Significant Collateral Damage to our Network
© British Telecommunications plc Essential services 999 Police Airwaves Defence Hospitals Air Traffic Control Water Control National Grid/Power Companies Prisons Business Telephony Broadband PDQ Machines Mobile Phones Banking ATM CCTV Local and Wide Area Networks Societal Impact of Telecoms Cable Theft Community Impact Schools Libraries Burglar Alarms Telephony Broadband TV Community/Council CCTV Offender Tagging
© British Telecommunications plc What are we doing about it ? “Rabit” – Rapid assessment BT Incident tracker
© British Telecommunications plc Manhole Locking plates
© British Telecommunications plc Smartwater deployment
© British Telecommunications plc Crime Reporting in BT BT Security Control centre - 0800 321 999 Always report crime and suspicious activity 0845 600 8000
© British Telecommunications plc BT takes security very seriously We expect our people to do the same Remember - Protecting our business is your business Report all security related incidents to: 0800 321999 – if you are in NI +44 1908 641100 – if you are in ROI Personal Responsibility
© British Telecommunications plc Any Questions ?
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