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2nd June 2021 Issue no. 560
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Magenta Security is calling on all individuals and companies within the security sector to take part in ground-breaking research commissioned by The International Foundation for Protection Officers.
Equipped with an adjustable sensor range 2-3/8"~8" (6~20 cm), 3A relay, and adjustable trigger duration from 0.5~30 seconds or it can be set to toggle. The sensor has an Illuminated LED for easy identification.
A recent report which has found that the overall proportion of businesses targeted by cyber criminals in the past year has increased to 43 percent up from 38 percent has laid bare the double whammy impact of the Covid pandemic. This is according to ProLion, active ransomware and data protection solution for ONTAP storage.
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With foreign travel remaining uncertain amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, the UK staycation market is set to boom. In fact, new research has found that 83% of British travellers would prefer to holiday in the UK rather than travel abroad this year, bringing a much-needed boost to the country's hospitality sector.
This coupled with rising costs of oversea travel and the fact that people are thinking more about their carbon footprint, means that many investors have been taking advantage of the thriving UK holiday market.
Dahua Technology will be taking part in IFSEC International Connect 2021, an opportunity for specifiers and influencers to come together online with security manufacturers and vendors, enabling them to catch up after the restrictions of the past 15 months.
The SP400 SM 48 is the latest addition to ATG's extensive shallow foundation bollard portfolio. Successfully impact-tested to both the BSI PAS 68 and IWA 14-1 standards, it can arrest a 7,500kg vehicle travelling at 48kph and is ideal for securing critical national infrastructure (CNI) and crowded places.
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HM Revenue & Customs has spent £262,251 on cyber security training for its staff over the two most recent financial years, according to official figures. This data was obtained and analysed under the Freedom of Information (FOI) act by the Parliament Street think tank.
The serious incident outside the Victoria Shopping Centre led to three youths being arrested under suspicion of attempted murder. Chris witnessed the incident and managed to capture CCTV footage, whilst calling the police and ambulance services immediately.