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7th July 2021 Issue no. 565
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Tthe European Commission has adopted two adequacy decisions for the UK, meaning that personal data can continue to flow freely between the EU and the UK. Jon Baines, Senior Data Protection Specialist, at Mishcon de Reya, says:
The SALTO Neoxx Padlock is a versatile locking solution that enables users to benefit from the advantages of electronic access control where previously it was only possible to use a mechanical locking solution (i.e., perimeter or fire access gates, industrial equipment yards and residential storage areas).
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Designed in response to the growing popularity for smart home security, ERA's new app-controlled window sensor, WindowSense, supports security professionals in providing homeowners with complete protection and convenience. Engineered with installers in mind, the battery-operated sensor and magnetic contact are quickly and easily fitted to the internal frame of the window, eliminating the requirement for time-consuming and costly wiring.
Forget about keeping a key for your padlocks. Mirage is a robust short shackle padlock that uses fingerprint recognition rather than a key for locking and unlocking.
As vaccination rates for COVID-19 continue to rise, the global business community is advancing the conversation about returning to work.
Employees that were housed in large private and multi-tenant office spaces in major urban and suburban centers are being presented an array of options, many of which include a part-time return to an office environment that prioritizes spaces for collaboration over desks at which individual employees sit and work.
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Following the report released in June from the first phase of the Manchester Arena Inquiry, which highlighted “missed opportunities” to identify the security threat by those responsible, the British Security Industry Association (BSIA) has issued its response:
The app is loaded with information to help installers specify the most appropriate products for their projects.