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9th September 2015 Issue no. 279
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- No keyhole design: without the traditional keyhole, making the thieves feel at loss how to start to make illegal entry.
The site will also accommodate the new US embassy.
There are many reasons doors become misaligned including positive or negative air-conditioning pressure, weight, heavy usage, incorrect fitting and frame defects.
This often means that the electric strike or mag lock securing the door cannot provide positive locking which in turn results in a security risk and costly continual call-backs for the service technician.
Fiat Chrysler's bad week just got even worse: the US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has recalled 1.4 million of the manufacturer's cars after a dangerous software flaw was revealed just days ago.
Combining advanced signal processing, PoE communications and unique optical systems, the new detectors offer flexible security solutions, whilst being easy to install and integrate with existing security systems and VMS platforms.
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This Week's News
Geofire's Salamander range of radio controlled fire door safety products suits large buildings such as theatres and stadiums, where acoustic units would not be suitable due to background noise, heritage buildings and buildings with asbestos where it is vital not to disturb the fabric of the building, whilst ensuring the safety of occupants in the event of a fire.
The Salamander range has all the benefits of hard-wired electromagnetic door retainers and closers, but as the devices are wire-free, they are quick and easy to install, saving time, installation costs and disruption to a building's fabric or its occupants.
Mitie's total security management business was successful in securing a three year contract at the plant near Selby delivering 24 hour security personnel.
The unit is compatible with Urmet's 2-wire system (2-Voice) and other compatible external entry panels. This advanced feature-rich colour indoor station allows installers to give both clients and end-users the latest functions while still using only two non-polarised wires.
Facilities Show, the UK's largest event for the facilities management industry, has commissioned a series of videos, articles and infographics to provide some unique insight into how the facilities are managed in some of the most prestigious buildings and projects in the country.
The Protecting London series incorporates a behind-the-scenes exploration of how the capital's most famous buildings operate.
There are many IP Power Control devices on the market today but they all need access to your network making them a point of weakness within your infrastructure.
Founder and MD of AMG Systems, Alan Hayes, says, "AMG's technology is very innovative and we have unique expert knowhow and track record within the Security & Transport sectors. Our focus on Customer Support means that we are now set on a path that will allow AMG to further enhance our customer service initiative. I am delighted that Ian Creary has accepted the position as Technical Sales Manager.
'Adult Player' promised on-the-go filth but was in fact an example of ransomware that tricked those that used it. The app would use the phone's front-facing camera to take a picture of whoever was using it and then lock the gadget completely. It would demand £330 in ransom before the phone was able to be used again.
The racket was discovered by American security company Zscaler.Full Story
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Eight employees from H Harrold & Sons Ltd will run the Morrisons Great Yorkshire Run on September 27, as part of the popular Business Challenge.Full Story
Last month, the European Union’s Article 29 Working Party published its opinion on the use of drones. The group, which includes representatives from Europe’s various data protection agencies, collectively recommended the use of Privacy Impact Assessments (PIA) for any organisation considering the use of drones.
The Send For Help Group - Europe's largest lone worker protection provider, has been elected two committee memberships of the British Security Industry Association's (BSIA) Lone Workers Section; one for each of its subsidiary companies.