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Protecting Critical Data Networks with Fibre Optic Technology

Criminal cyber attacks have been an issue for decades, but in recent years this concept has evolved to a level where cyber warfare is now a very real concern for national infrastructure and defence, writes Kevin Berry. While commercial cyber attacks are estimated to cost the...
Posted On 20 Nov 2018
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CCTV: Avoiding Expensive IT Storage Mistakes

The benefits of HD IP cameras are well known, with such solutions now rapidly replacing older analogue and early IP camera systems. Whether the images are being stored for longer, or the higher resolution of the cameras is generating more data, it’s clear that more storage is...
Posted On 27 Jun 2018
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Tavcom Training reports burgeoning global interest in e-Learning courses

The number of security professionals choosing to study online in order to acquire career-enhancing qualifications has grown dramatically over the last 12 months. That’s according to Tavcom Training, now part of the Linx International Group. “There are an increasing number...
Posted On 11 Aug 2016
The British Exhibition of Security Technology runs at the RAF Museum in Hendon on 20-21 October
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AMG’s new range of Industrial Ethernet Switches and Media Converters on show at BEST 2015

AMG Systems – the British manufacturer of CCTV transmission solutions and “sophisticated” 5 Megapixel cameras – will showcase its rapidly expanding range of Industrial Ethernet Switches and Media Converters at the British Exhibition of Security Technology...
Posted On 14 Oct 2015
John Davies
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Tackling the Power and Data ‘Capacity Crunch’: “Security sector must play its part”

Physical security has become firmly intertwined with logical security, sharing considerable benefits but also the potential drawbacks of IT integration. One of the key obstacles facing the IT sector has been dubbed the ‘Capacity Crunch’, referencing the concept that...
Posted On 31 Jul 2015
Nigel Arkwright
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Where is the commercial opportunity for drones?

Following on from Amazon’s recent revelations that the company is looking to use drones for delivering some of its orders, Nigel Arkwright considers scenarios where Unmanned Aerial Vehicles may be deployed to good effect in the security sector. At a recent event, one of my...
Posted On 21 May 2015