Security Management student wins inaugural Wilf Knight Award MSc Security Management student Danie Adendorff has won the inaugural Wilf Knight award for his research into security management, beating three other finalists from competing universities.
The Wilf Knight award was instigated by The Security Institute to honour the very best student of security management, and was presented for the first time at the 2009 Security Excellence Awards. The award is named in honour of Wilf Knight who was a practicing Fellow of The Security Institute, who sadly passed away in 2008. Wilf Knight was also the proud holder of an MA and MPhil from Cambridge University. His widow, Patricia Knight, presented the winning award to Danie Adendorff at an awards ceremony held at the Hilton Hotel in Park Lane, London .
The Imbert Prize 2010
Danie Adendorff wins 2010 ASC Imbert Prize 28 June 2010
Having won The Security Institute’s Wilf Knight Award last October, Danie Adendorff has also scooped the 2010 Imbert Prize courtesy of the Association of Security Consultants (ASC). The presentation of The Imbert Prize – named in honour of ASC Patron Lord Peter Imbert of New Romney CVO QPM JP – was instituted by the ASC to further the organisation’s quest in encouraging the development of ideas for the advancement of risk and security management in the UK.