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25th March 2020 Issue no. 500
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Campus fire safety and security - making the grade
Cybersecurity software revenue to reach $27 BN by 2023
The rising number of data breaches and cyberattacks globally, as well as the increasing awareness of the state-sponsored cyberattacks, have led to an increased demand for cybersecurity software solutions.
EZVIZ launches its new Full HD Wi-Fi Outdoor Turret Camera in the UK
Master Lock unveils innovative Outdoor Biometric Padlock
CDVI Announces Secure Bluetooth Reader
Manage care home safety and security with access control
Care home safety and security is a big issue, and ensuring the safety of patients, staff, visitors and assets is a top priority but also a challenge, so by installing access control systems workers are able to easily manage areas around a building.
Videx launches new web server access control system
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This Week's News
SSAIB calls for COVID-19 Key Worker clarity for Security and Fire Safety personnel
The Security Systems and Alarms Inspection Board (SSAIB) is the leading certification body for organisations providing security systems and services, fire detection and alarm systems, telecare systems and services, manned security services and monitoring services.
In this challenging time, with the closure of many business and the Prime Minister's statement to further restrict movement, it is important to ensure the vital national work that the private security industry firms carry out is recognised by the Government and that installers, maintainers, ARC operators and security guarding personnel are all designated as key workers.
"The Covid-19 outbreak represents a ready-made situation for cyber criminals to socially engineer"
Mike Roberts, Managing Director, LegalShield UK: "Last week, 400 cybersecurity experts joined forces to prevent cyber-attacks on hospitals and essential services, spanning across 40 countries and including individuals from some of the most advanced technology companies in the world.
"We are in unprecedented times. Firms and consumers had little preparedness for this pandemic; within days we were all told to work from home, within a week we were unable to leave our homes other than for essential reasons. The Covid-19 outbreak represents a ready-made situation for cyber criminals to socially engineer.
'Open up' with Gira's new door communication systems
Gira, one of the world's leading full-range suppliers of intelligent system solutions for building management, digitise and safeguard the home and its occupants with an extensive range of new intercoms that are easy-to-use and offer high quality aesthetics:
Beyond security: the business benefits of integrated video surveillance & access control
Rodrigue Zbinden, CEO at Morphean, considers the business benefits of integrated video and access control and explains the access control as-a-service model (ACaaS).
As physical security gets smarter, it creates significant opportunities for innovation that can have impact beyond its traditional purpose and deliver real business benefits on a broader scale. The digitalisation of video camera data, for example, means that it can be combined with other business functions to improve the way they work, often delivering significant cost savings at the same time.
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Lockexpo postponed - new dates in September
One in four don't lock their door survey reveals
The research - carried out among 2,008 UK adults through a Censuswide survey* - revealed that, on average, 1 in 4 never lock their front door when they go out, despite nearly 1 in 5 (17%) having experienced a burglary, and 1 in 3 of those having been burgled more than once. Alarmingly, 4% of people never lock anything when they go out.
Lockexpo 2020 sponsored by Autowave - a message to our community regarding COVID-19
ABM UK appoints new director of security