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“Tough new rules” designed to protect UK’s critical infrastructure come into force

New measures put in place by the Government to protect the nation’s critical infrastructure and digital services from cyber attacks and computer network failure have come into force. Bosses of firms in the health, water, energy, transport and digital infrastructure spheres will...
Posted On 11 May 2018
Andrew Shaw
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Safeguarding Schools: Secure Emergency Lockdown Protocols

The Duty of Care that education officials have in terms of providing a safe environment for everyone on their premises is arguably more challenging in today’s world than at any time in days gone by. One area that should be identified for regular review is emergency lockdown....
Posted On 20 Feb 2018
Duncan Cooke
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Compliance: It’s About Knowing Your Options

In recent years, one of the reasons why there has been significant growth in the deployment of enterprise level access control systems is that advances in technology have enabled the delivery of significant benefits over and above the basic provision of access control to a...
Posted On 21 Nov 2017
John Davies
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Predicting The Year Ahead in Security

2016 witnessed some very unexpected and potentially game-changing international political changes, such as the US Presidential Election and Brexit, which have shaken the status quo for many sectors. However, despite some uncertainty, there’s much to be excited about in the...
Posted On 11 Jan 2017
The ICS Security Lab has been launched by Applied Risk
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Applied Risk launches ICS/SCADA Security Lab to address emerging industrial security threats

Applied Risk, a specialist in the development of industrial control systems security, has announced the launch of its ICS Security Lab to help protect industrial assets and infrastructure from costly cyber attacks. The lab has identified its first vulnerability in Moxa...
Posted On 20 Sep 2015
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