November 20th 2014 | London


Westminster Briefing is honoured to call some of the most respected think-tanks, trade publications, magazines and organisation in the UK our partners. With our history and position in the market, we offer a unique insight and path right to the heart of Government. As an outward facing organisation we are always looking to form successful partnerships and if you believe your organisation has something to offer us please contact Dominic Collyer on 020 7593 5695 or email

Professional Security Magazine

Professional Security magazine has been filling the growing need to voice the opinions of the security industry and its users since 1989. We pride ourselves on our ability to drive forward the interests of the industry through our monthly print publication, email newsletters and website.


European Centre for Information Policy and Security (ECIPS)

The European Centre for Information Policy and Security (ECIPS) is a non-partisan organisation that specialises in identifying policy and security information resources. The policy and security research performed at ECIPS ensures focused and principled examination and actions taken by recognised policy experts, appropriate officials, opinion leaders, and general public.

Soldier Modernisation Project

Soldier Modernisation (SoldierMod.Com) is an authoritative policy and technology publication for the international defence community, serving the integrated equipment needs of the dismounted soldier and marine in operations today and the fielding of Soldier Modernisation Programmes over the next few years.

SoldierMod.Com is designed to provide insights into how decision makers plan to transform operations in the areas of survivability, sustainability, C4I, lethality and mobility; managing the balance between the promise of ‘leap-ahead technology balance and mature cost effective solutions.

SoldierMod.Com is a co-operative project involving key government and industry organizations, alliances and forums.

Security Media Publishing

Security Media Publishing is the leading provider of news and marketing services for the security industry and beyond. With a team of experts that has a range of knowledge based on years of experience in security, marketing, media and journalism we are able to provide an array of unbeatable services.

Our portfolio of products and services include Security News, Security Middle news portals and SecurityNewsDesk print newspaper as well as email marketing services, video services, advertising opportunities online and in print. Our marketing services and event advice include The Security Catalogue which provides a range of proactive business development services for its member companies, including marketing and business opportunities. In effect it is a business dating site for the global security industry.



Dods is a political information, publishing, events and communications business operating in both the UK and Europe. Dods produces a wide variety of events which facilitate face-to-face engagement, sharing best practice and shaping and delivering policy. These include policy conferences, award ceremonies and bespoke strategic platforms to bring policy-makers and stakeholders together in an environment that allows deliberation, dialogue and collaboration.


The House magazine

The House, Parliament's very own magazine delivered to every MP and peer directly, includes columns, diaries and reviews from MPs and peers.

Westminster Briefing

Westminster Briefing is part of Dods Parliamentary Communications, Europe’s leading political information, public affairs and policy communication specialist.

Established in 2003, Westminster Briefing runs half-day and full-day events covering all areas of public policy, from education to health and criminal justice.

Our briefings are aimed at providing delegates with an understanding of the practical implications of legislative changes and policy interventions. We attract leading figures from the Government, the wider public sector and industry to speak at our events, which are attended by a mix of policy makers and practitioners.