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30th March 2022 Issue no. 600
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CDVI releases advanced high speed facial recognition
Digital Barriers helps Bogota Police tackle crime on transportation system
Varifocal multi-imager camera for cost-effective video surveillance
Videx introduces new video monitor for leading door entry range
Vayyar Imaging to open new office in Japan
ERA supports national burglary prevention campaign
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This Week's News
A Smart Guide to Access Control Cards
... and how you can benefit from Smart card technology without being tied to one manufacturer.
Neill Williams, Director of Smart R Distribution, explains how end-users looking to upgrade their Access Control system, can do so by enhancing what they already have, rather than ‘rip and replace’.
“You have to know the past to understand the present.” Carl Sagan
EZVIZ launches the C3TN Colour night vision camera
Featuring vivid colour night vision, motion detection, active defense with strobe light and IP67 waterproof protection, the C3TN is an incredibly accessible choice for those searching for outdoor security.
The launch of its C3TN Colour night vision security camera follows the success of EZVIZ’s C3QTN which was praised for the premium quality it offers, all at an incredibly affordable price. This aligns with EZVIZ’s commitment to offer consumers security cameras across a range of price points, but always packed with functionality and good quality imagery.
Kubu window smart sensor ready to roll
Following a thorough development and testing programme, the newest member of the Kubu Smart Security family is ready to launch, with the first Avantis ‘Works with Kubu’ FMT window locks now in stock.
Kubu smart-sensor technology, and the platform that it runs on has been proven and perfected over several successful years in consumers’ homes across the UK. The launch of the window sensor sees the introduction of the most advanced smart security sensor yet in the fenestration industry.
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2022 expected to be another eventful year full of vulnerability exploits, account takeover attacks, phishing, and ransomware, says Secon Cyber
This work-life shift means that businesses need to continue to be vigilant and address the multiple vulnerabilities that still linger. This is according to Andrew Gogarty, Chief Security Evangelist, Secon.