Security science is an idea that brings together many concepts and principles with some, in the future, becoming theories into a developing and structured body of knowledge. Security science is still in its formative years with a developing set of characteristics that will make it a profession and an academic discipline (Smith and Brooks, 2013). Security science is a process driven by some of our universities (e.g. Edith Cowan) which are continuing to develop a set of characteristics that will make the field of security science an academic discipline in the near future. There are a number of security science knowledge categories including criminology, business continuity management, security management, facility management, industrial security, security technology, investigations, physical security, security law, risk management, safety and fire science. Our firm supports ongoing relevant security research and education.