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Honeywell names Richard Lattanzi and Dino Koutrouki as global leaders for security and fire businesses

Honeywell has unveiled Richard Lattanzi as president of the company’s global security business and Dino Koutrouki as the new president of its global fire business. In their key leadership roles, Lattanzi and Koutrouki will drive greater customer focus. Both will continue to...
Posted On 03 Oct 2017
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National Cyber Security Centre prevents “thousands of attacks” in first 12 months of operations

A 44-page report marking the first anniversary of the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) has shone light on the vital work the organisation has already conducted to make the UK a safe place in the online world. The NCSC, which is part of GCHQ*, brought together elements of its...
Posted On 03 Oct 2017
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Government moves to tighten the law in bid to target terrorists’ use of the Internet

Counter-terrorism laws are to be updated to keep pace with modern online behaviour and address the issue of online radicalisation, Home Secretary Amber Rudd has announced. The Government intends to change the law such that those individuals who repeatedly view terrorist content...
Posted On 03 Oct 2017
Alan Meyrick: joining the team at SGW Safety & Security Limited
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Alan Meyrick appointed in security consultant’s role at SGW Safety & Security Limited

SGW Safety & Security Limited has announced the appointment of Alan Meyrick in the role of security consultant. Meyrick is a highly-skilled security practitioner with 14 years’ experience in the security business sector. His knowledge of risk and security methodologies and...
Posted On 03 Oct 2017
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Majority of UK IT professionals “not confident” in their company’s ability to prevent data breaches

Professionals working in IT are marking their companies down when it comes to their ability to prevent, detect and manage the consequences of a data breach. That’s according to a detailed study on the impact of data breaches commissioned by Centrify and conducted by The...
Posted On 03 Oct 2017
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Metropolitan Police Service praises facial recognition security at London business centres

The Metropolitan Police Service has praised the quality of CCTV used by a series of London business centres in the quest to hunt down and prosecute petty criminals. Officers in Kingston-upon-Thames have been extremely impressed by the full resolution recording and remote...
Posted On 03 Oct 2017