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G4S wins EDF Energy’s facilities management contract for Hinkley Point C project

G4S has been awarded a multi-million pound contract by EDF Energy to provide facilities management services at Hinkley Point C in Somerset: the first new nuclear power station to be built in Britain for a generation. In September last year, the UK Government signed contracts with...
Posted On 11 Jul 2017
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IFSEC offers platform for UTC Fire & Security UK to demonstrate Advisor Advanced intruder and access solution

UTC Fire & Security UK will be demonstrating the new features of the Advisor Advanced integrated security platform at IFSEC International 2017. Visitors to Stand G1300 will learn more about the intruder and access control capabilities that make Advisor Advanced a preferred...
Posted On 15 Jun 2017
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Wavestore set to highlight benefits of fully-integrated security at IFSEC International 2017

Wavestore, the developer of open platform Video Management Software (VMS), will be hosted by two of its technology partners at IFSEC International 2017 to show just how easy it is for end user customers to benefit from a fully-integrated security solution using various...
Posted On 15 Jun 2017
The Gibbs Building: Wellcome Trusthq at 215 Euston Road in central London
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Ultimate Security wins three-year integrated services contract with Wellcome Trust

Wellcome Trust, the global scientific and research charitable foundation, has appointed Ultimate Security Services to manage its integrated services operations in an initial three-year deal worth £3.6 million. Ultimate will now provide services for the Wellcome Collection and the...
Posted On 02 May 2017
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HID Global “first to enable end-to-end ID and access management for physical and IT security”

HID Global, the secure identity solutions specialist, has announced “the industry’s first end-to-end identity and access management solution” that enables Government agencies and other organisations requiring higher security to use a single credential for accessing...
Posted On 13 Jan 2017
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In Lockdown

The domestic security industry has always aimed to secure people and property from attacks or theft, but international terrorism has taken protection needs to a whole new level, writes John Davies. Terrorism and violent attacks were once predominantly aimed at Government,...
Posted On 17 Oct 2016
John Davies
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Security in the Education Sector: “More stringent than ever”

The safety and security of schools and the individuals within them is something of an emotive subject. As the unfortunate incidents involving Ann Maguire in Leeds and Vincent Uzomah in Bradford have shown, the need for teachers to be able to work in a protected environment is...
Posted On 28 Aug 2015
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Data Centre Security: ‘Know Your Onions’

The data centre market is presently booming right across the globe and with it, explains Chris Plimley, the need for intelligent, integrated security systems designed from the outside in and with the potential intruder’s perspective very much in mind. The UK data centre market...
Posted On 14 Jul 2015
ExCeL London: the venue for IFSEC International 2015
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IFSEC International 2015: End User Solutions Guide (Part Three)

TDSi, IDIS Europe, Maxxess, CNL Software, Milestone Systems and ASSA Abloy are some of the major companies taking part in IFSEC International 2015, which opens its doors tomorrow morning at ExCeL London for a three-day residency. Risk UK examines some of the new security...
Posted On 15 Jun 2015
The new Emprise White Paper focuses on the benefits of an integrated approach to security provision
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Emprise White Paper: “Integrated security strategies can reduce costs by up to 30%”

A new White Paper compiled by Emprise, entitled: ‘Reduce Costs and Risk with an Effective Security Strategy’, offers insights relating to the importance of security strategies for business continuity as well as the potential impact for those organisations who ‘get it...
Posted On 10 Jan 2015