SmartWater Group launches Intelligence Portal

The SmartWater Group has launched its Intelligence Portal in Shropshire to help track Organised Criminal Gangs

Gate Safe celebrates ten years of campaigning

Charity Gate Safe commemorates its 10th anniversary this year as survey results show that business appears to be

Is a rise in litigation cases on its way?

Litigation arises out of disputes. And disputes arise out of wrongdoing or differences of opinion; both of which

Time to change your attitude to technology

“Change” is not a word that comes easily to the security sector, and why should it? Physical security has always

Are you dependent on your cloud provider?

A spate of recent outages and IT failures have highlighted the risk of being dependent on a small number of cloud

Ian Todd announces departure from the SIA

As a result of significant changes in personal circumstances, SIA Chief Executive Ian Todd has announced his

Did you evaluate the cloud continuity risks?

Research from Databarracks has revealed just 46% of UK organisations had evaluated their continuity risks for cloud

Pyronix launches out-of-sight wireless contact

Pyronix has launched its latest security peripheral, the MCNANO-WE wireless magnetic contact. The Nano-sized

EU’s tallest building has new visitor system

The tallest building in the European Union, Varso Place in Warsaw, Poland, is now live with Forge Bluepoint visitor

PTZ captures dramatic scenes at volcano

IDIS video technology is being usedin one of the toughest and most dramatic applications: 24/7 monitoring of

Wisenet systems help protect E-BikePort stations

e-BikePort has chosen Hanwha Techwin as the single source provider of the video surveillance systems to be

DDoS attacks increased by 542% amid pandemic

The recently released Dark Web Price Index 2020 reveals the current average prices for a selection of cybercrime

How to approach public warning systems

Countries across the world are increasingly faced with the need to use public warning systems to keep their

Meet the security company: Glevum Security

The latest instalment in a series of articles where we shine the spotlight on NSI-approved businesses for the

FIA sells its awarding body to BAFE

The FIA has announced that BAFE will be acquiring the operation of the FIA AO (Awarding Organisation). BAFE will be

ASG partners with Kings Secure Technologies

A joint venture partnership between Aston Services Group (ASG) and Kings Secure Technologies has been announced.

Report calls for retailers to adopt analytics

A new report authored by Emeritus Professor Adrian Beck of the University of Leicester is calling for retailers to

Samson Security adopts new management system

Samson Security has adopted SmartTask to support the growth of the business. The workforce management software is

Cash in transit firms face redundancies?

The GMB union has warned that 300 redundancies at Loomis is the latest sign of collapsing cash industry that

Can hardware help protect against infection?

With the spread of infection now at the height of concern, Karen Trigg of Allegion UK highlights how door hardware

Do you learn lessons from disaster movies?

What business continuity lessons can be learned from disaster movies? Asks Chris Butler, Lead Principal Consultant,

Checking in with access control solutions

A hotel environment is fast-paced and ever changing, with staff and guests coming and going 24 hours a day. Despite

The real living wage and the security sector

Richard Jenkins, Chief Executive of the National Security Inspectorate, examines important challenges facing the

Meet the security company: Anchor Group

The latest instalment in a series of articles where we shine the spotlight on NSI-approved businesses for the

Protecting community spaces during COVID-19 lockdown

When national lockdown was announced on 23 March the Government issued clear guidance about the closure of certain

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SmartWater Group launches Intelligence Portal

The SmartWater Group has launched its Intelligence Portal in Shropshire to help track Organised Criminal Gangs (OCGs) as they move across the UK, stealing valuable assets from...

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Did you evaluate the cloud continuity risks?

Research from Databarracks has revealed just 46% of UK organisations had evaluated their continuity risks for cloud services compared with on-premises IT in the months before widespread remote working – and the accompanying growth in the use of cloud applications – began. The...
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How to approach public warning systems

Countries across the world are increasingly faced with the need to use public warning systems to keep their populations alerted to risks and emergencies. In Europe, a handful of nations, including Norway, Sweden and Iceland, are already using these systems, but a deadline is...

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Time to change your attitude to technology

“Change” is not a word that comes easily to the security sector, and why should it? Physical security has always been part of human history, and the principles of hiring guards haven’t really needed to change that much. Mike Elliott, CEO of Over-C looks explains why a change is...
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Pyronix launches out-of-sight wireless contact

Pyronix has launched its latest security peripheral, the MCNANO-WE wireless magnetic contact. The Nano-sized contact delivers security that’s designed to disappear with out-of-sight installation. “We’re really pleased to introduce such a convenient and flexible solution, that...

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Manage risk better with new online course

The world has become a dangerous and unpredictable place. Covid-19, terrorism, Brexit, and the rise of cyber-crime have all added uncertainty to everyday life and this has a particular impact on business. To help companies deal with increased risks and uncertainties, the...
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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...

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Are you dependent on your cloud provider?

A spate of recent outages and IT failures have highlighted the risk of being dependent on a small number of cloud technology providers. This has been exacerbated with the majority of people now working remotely, relying on cloud services, more than ever before. Gmail and Google...
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DDoS attacks increased by 542% amid pandemic

The recently released Dark Web Price Index 2020 reveals the current average prices for a selection of cybercrime products and services available “on demand.” A basic targeted malware attack in Europe or the US costs $300, while a targeted distributed denial-of-service...