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BSIA Briefing

To most people in the street, ‘security’ as an issue generally means protecting individuals and property from harm or serious criminal activity, with terrorism obviously being a big focus. However, as Gideon Reichental explains, seemingly lesser or petty criminal offences still...
Posted On 24 Jul 2019
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Zaun partners with Rimal Global Group to access growth markets in Middle East

One of the world’s premier high-security perimeter protection integrators has struck a partnership agreement to better access growth markets in the oil, gas and military sectors across the Middle East. British-headquartered perimeter security specialist the Zaun Group has...
Posted On 05 Jul 2019
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Dahua’s HD cameras “deliver new levels of image quality” for London Borough

Over 1,000 HD surveillance cameras from Dahua – along with NVRs, XVRs and control and viewing equipment – have been installed in a mainly wireless video surveillance system covering a large London Borough. The cameras are situated right across the Borough at around 80 council...
Posted On 06 Feb 2019
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Axis Communications continues design innovation with duo of corner cameras

Axis Communications has continued to listen to the industry’s needs and duly developed two new camera models for corner-mount applications, with specific design features to meet particular use cases. The Axis P9106-V network camera brushed steel model features a design...
Posted On 27 Sep 2018
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Defeating The Criminals: Best Practice in Retail Security and Loss Prevention

Second only to the products that it’s selling, arguably the most important aspect of any retailer’s business are the loss prevention measures it has in place. Without such measures, asserts Evgenia Ostrovskaya, a retailer has little to no chance of surviving – and...
Posted On 18 Sep 2018
Simon Chapman
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Covering All The Bases: A Reappraisal of Security Guarding

Organisations across all vertical sectors now have a wide array of security-related issues to consider, ranging from theft, anti-social behaviour and terrorism to vandalism and Health and Safety compliance. With higher levels of protection required than ever before, Simon Chapman...
Posted On 23 Jan 2018
Gary Trotter: co-founder of Ocucon
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Ocucon’s surveillance technology set to “revolutionise” fight against crime targeting UK businesses

“Groundbreaking” surveillance technology is set to “revolutionise” the ability of UK businesses to defend against fraudulent cases of slips, trips and falls which are currently estimated to cost more than £800 million per annum. The “world’s...
Posted On 26 Sep 2017
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“Physical security poses growing concern for organisations” observes latest BCI Horizon Scan

Physical security is now perceived as a growing concern for business continuity professionals. That’s according to the findings of the fifth annual Horizon Scan Report published by the Business Continuity Institute in association with the British Standards Institution...
Posted On 09 Feb 2016
Schematic of the LINKLOCK security solution developed by Veracity
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LINKLOCK network protection from Veracity supports Video-over-IP systems for end users

The availability of IP network-based video surveillance systems has transformed the way in which businesses are able to make the best use of resources in ensuring that their assets are protected and that staff can work in a safe and secure environment. A key feature of...
Posted On 15 Sep 2015
Peter Webster
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Have we reached the end of ‘The Thin Blue Line’?

Much has been made in the national media about the former Coalition Government’s austerity cuts to public services and, in terms of the security space, the Police Federation of England and Wales continues to be vocal in its opposition to the proposed reduction of police officer...
Posted On 23 Jun 2015
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