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Risk Management: Upgrading the Approach to Access Control

‘If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it’ is a mantra that often describes the best course of action for many situations in life, writes Nick Smith. It’s a phrase that’s probably best suited to something like a bookcase or an oven, but it also often describes the...
Posted On 04 Mar 2019
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Alpro squares the access control circle in historic quarter of London’s Finsbury Square

IDF Aluminium has installed transom closers, solenoid locks and hook locks supplied by Alpro Architectural Hardware at a building in an historic section of London’s Finsbury Square.  4 Chiswell Street backs onto the Artillery Ground which has seen archery in Tudor times, some of...
Posted On 20 Feb 2019
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BQT Solutions launches fully-integrated Orca lock for “seamless” access control integration

BQT Solutions, the specialist in high security card and biometric readers and locks, has launched its Orca weatherproof lock which provides “industry-leading” strength, “unparalleled” environmental durability and “seamless” access control...
Posted On 10 Jan 2019
Enza Iannopollo of Forrester Research
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Workplace Readiness for Mitigating Data Privacy Threats

On behalf of Risk Xtra, 3M’s Peter Barker recently interviewed Enza Iannopollo of Forrester Research to discuss the security measures, policies and privacy compliance programmes that many organisations are presently establishing in order to comply with legislation such as...
Posted On 15 Jun 2018
The Access and Asset Protection Section and the Vacant Property Protection Section have been created by the BSIA
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Two new Sections of membership launched by British Security Industry Association

The British Security Industry Association (BSIA) has announced the creation of two new membership Sections which aim to better align BSIA activity with recent developments across the wider security marketplace. Resulting from the merger of the Access Control and Property and...
Posted On 27 Apr 2015