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Who can access the SECURITY BRIEF?

The client will receive a link to the SECURITY BRIEF. The client can then share the link with the employees of the client, and in the case of educational institutions, the students, who are within the clients' geographical region. See the relevant definitions below...


  • The client is the entity that purchases the SECURITY BRIEF.


  • Direct Full Time employees of the client.

  • Part time employees of the client for the duration of their employ.

  • Seasonal workers during the period of their employ.

  • When the client is an educational establishment; students, are permitted access to the SECURITY BRIEF, as are employees, as defined above, of the said educational establishment.

  • A student is one who is in full or part time education; physically at the educational establishment, or studying from home within the region.

  • Outsourced contract workers are NOT considered employees of the client.


  • The agreement to share the SECURITY BRIEF link is limited to the clients' geographical region; essentially to the country in which the client is located.

  • It is accepted that "country" could have multiple interpretations, and when this arises the client is requested to contact DSRM for clarification.

  • The United Kingdom of Great Britain & Northern Ireland is considered one region / country for the purposes of this agreement.

  • Hong Kong and China are considered as being two seperate regions.

  • The European Union is not one single region, but multiple countries.

  • The United States of America is one region.


  • Companies or Government bodies are not always one client. For example, LG Electronics is not the same company as LG Chemicals, although they are of the same group.

  • The UK National Health Service (NHS) is a group of 7 regional bodies, and thus for the purposes of SECURITY BRIEF, client is per regional body...

  • ...However, Barclays Bank  for example, would be interpreted as 1 client across the region of the UK, but that would not include its overseas branches.

  • If you are unsure how your own organisation, please ask for clarification.

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