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BSIA to discuss the future of security officer services

The British Security Industry Association (BSIA) is holding a BSIA Broadcast with industry experts on how security officer services will adapt and be perceived as we leave lockdown and navigate the effects of COVID-19 on the industry and the infrastructure of the country. The...
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The 3-2-1 rule of data protection

In today’s world, a major challenge for organisations is protecting their data. Whether an organisation is in a regulated industry mandated by law to retain x number of years of data, or one more acutely concerned with employees accidentally deleting files, the first pain...
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AI: managing cost and maximising ROI

Technology is an ever-changing beast and, while there are always new opportunities to innovate, one also risks getting left behind. Artificial intelligence (AI) is one of today’s most discussed technologies, meaning businesses are rushing to implement it so as to avoid missing a...
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Abloy unveils the Incendo Business ecosystem

The Incedo Business universal access control ecosystem from Abloy incorporates software and hardware into a single management platform. Users benefit from one system that links all security solutions a building may have and integrate them into one system. Access control regulates...
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EN54 (Fire) variants added to DualCom Pro range

CSL has announced that the DualCom Pro range has been extended to include two new EN54 (Fire) certified products. EN54 certification is an important aspect in terms of signalling for fire detection and alarm systems. However, the cost of products has always been an issue, with...
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How will security look post-COVID-19?

The COVID-19 pandemic that has swept over the world in seemingly no time at all has forced almost every company out there to drastically alter how they do their business. From start-ups to international corporations, you’d be hard pressed to find a brand that hasn’t been...
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Employees reluctant to make injury claims

New research into 1,000 adults across the UK, conducted by Fletchers Serious Injury, revealed that 27.6% of those who have suffered a serious injury within the last five years, such as spinal injuries, burns, and damage from slips, trips and falls, sustained the injury via an...
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UK companies in portable CCTV project

UK companies MVIS/Bartco UK and 360 Vision Technology have joined forces to produce a solar-powered, trailer-based IP video surveillance platform.  Named ‘Solar IP’, the unit is currently being deployed as an off-grid traffic management solution in several temporary roadworks and...
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Why “one-size-fits all” will never work

According to Martin Sugden, CEO, Boldon James, in a world where data loss is costing organisations millions of dollars in fines, there is not one organisation who should not have data protection at the top of their agenda - especially in the current climate with workers spread...
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VIPRE announces Security Awareness Training

VIPRE UK and Ireland has announced the release of its Security Awareness Training (SAT) Programme, an online learning solution that builds practical, cost-effective security awareness for an organisation’s employees. As businesses have had to transform to remote working, and with...