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17th November 2021 Issue no. 582
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A security officer is believed to have been pricked in the neck at Travis Scott's Astroworld Festival in Houston, according to Houston Police Chief Troy Finner.
Working collaboratively across several business units, the ASSA ABLOY Group has enabled valued customer XL Joinery to launch its first ever range of fully integrated fire doors for residential apartments.
The acquisition enables an extended customer offering for Gunnebo Entrance Control, strengthening its footprint as a global leader in entrance control solutions for the office and buildings, mass transit, high-security and retail segments.
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Ensuring that your van is secure is one of the main ways to prevent tools from being stolen in the current tool theft epidemic. With a van being broken into every 23 minutes in the UK and an average of £1,692 worth of tools stolen per break in, it is crucial that extra van security measures are utilised to deter thieves, prevent attacks, and secure the van.
Fed up of saying "Sorry I can't do that... you’ll need to take it elsewhere"?
Hickleys, the diagnostic specialist, is explaining the opportunities in two exciting services at presentations being held around the country throughout the year. These short info bite presentations will detail the opportunities, explain the procedures, discuss the equipment required and reveal the rapid payback scenarios available.
Another major step in the fightback against ransomware, but decryptors will slow the growth rather than stop it altogether.
In recent weeks, cybersecurity firms have released a host of new ransomware decryptors, offering victims the chance to recover their compromised data at no cost.
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The data, obtained by niche litigation practice Griffin Law using Freedom of Information (FOI) legislation revealed the extent losses of police laptops, tablet computers and mobile phones over the complete calendar years of 2020 and 2019.