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15th September 2021 Issue no. 573
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Wavestore is introducing an updated version of its open-platform and highly secure Linux-based Video Management Software (VMS). Wavestore v6.28 represents a major step forward as it enables highly accurate real-time event detection and powerful forensic search using video analytics metadata from selected ONVIF cameras.
It can be used as part of a KNX system or through conventional installation, all thanks to its flexible mounting system that supports exterior and interior application on both walls and ceilings.
Mul-T-Lock’s eCLIQ access control system allows businesses to manage access permissions remotely, from anywhere in the world.
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This Week's News
Fire safety doesn't happen by accident, it requires universal attention. With that, in advance of Fire Safety Week, Karen Trigg of Allegion UK explores why the importance of working fire doors is often overlooked and why now is an opportune time to bridge the gap between fire safety education and action.
You can now book courses & seminars being run at MLA Expo 2021.
This year there are many seminars covering all areas of locksmithing from safes to NDE to auto, plus a range of free seminars.
Kensington, a provider of desktop computing and mobility solutions for IT, business and home office professionals and The Professionals' Choice, has launch ed its new VeriMark biometric authentication solutions: the VeriMark Guard Fingerprint Keys ideal for portable devices such as laptops and tablets and VeriMark Desktop Fingerprint Key for business desktop PC deployments.
Data breaches are on the rise, increasing to a staggering 36 billion exposed records in 2020 (source: Risk Based Security 2020). Passwords - even strong ones - are vulnerable to routine theft and interception and are the cause of 80% of data breaches.
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There is a shiny new toy in the cyber security domain, and it goes by the abbreviated term of XDR. Extended Detection and Response (XDR) claims to be the latest in detection, investigation and response and, according to HelpNetSecurity 'can add a great deal of value via multiple use cases, including hunting for threats, investigating security breaches and aggregating data. XDR's ability to improve visibility, response times and productivity of security teams makes it a truly one-of-a-kind solution, and one that more organizations should look at adopting.'