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21st July 2021 Issue no. 567
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SECO-LARM IP Wall-plate camera
The IP Wall-plate camera supports,H.265, H.264/MJPEG formats, 3DNR, D-WDR, and Tri-stream capabilities.
Atlas VPN launches a new privacy feature to block third-party trackers and ads
The latest feature aims to stop data brokers from using third-party trackers to gather insights about users' online activities.
Many websites utilise third-party tracker scripts to collect data about visitors' browsing habits. These insights can then be sold to other companies and used to bombard the visitors with ads and marketing offers.
greenteQ Mirage fingerprint padlock
How smart cameras can help facility directors optimize building usage for today's dynamic workplaces
As vaccination rates for COVID-19 continue to rise, the global business community is advancing the conversation about returning to work.
Data Protection: European Commission adopts adequacy decisions for the UK
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:
New Wisenet P series AI cameras offer the benefits of Deep Learning AI video analytics
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Almost half of Brits leave their valuables vulnerable
Yet the average value of a person’s most prized possession stands at almost £5000, with laptops, jewellery and bicycles topping the list of the most insured items. Data reveals most popular valuables to insure for each age group, while 21-25s value tech items, and those aged 71-75 most value their hearing aids.
Most popular hiding places for valuables include in a safe (23%), secret compartments in furniture (21%) and in amongst clothes (17%)
34% of UK companies close down after falling victim to ransomware
Data presented by the Atlas VPN research team reveals that 34% of businesses in the UK are forced to close down as a consequence of falling victim to ransomware attacks.
The vast majority of firms have experienced substantial business impact due to ransomware attacks, including revenue loss and brand harm, unforeseen personnel cutbacks, and even the shutdown of the business altogether, according to key findings in this new report.
Making sense of wireless window sensors
Toolstation launches new catalogue