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12th October 2022 Issue no. 626
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This Week's News
The new remote relays create a more robust and secure entry system enabling all door and gate control to be isolated away from the entrance panel in a secure location.
Mul-T-Lock is celebrating a triple success at the Guild of Architectural Ironmongers (GAI,) thanks to the dedication and commitment of key members of its team. Michelle Sutton (Senior Technical and Internal Sales Administrator) Jacques Vermeulen (Regional Sales Manager South East) and Lee Mitchell (Regional Sales Manager, North & Scotland) have each passed ‘with flying colours’ their Stage 2 GAI exams for the Certificate in Architectural Hardware.
Says Claire Blakemore, Mul-T-Lock UK Managing Director: ‘The Guild of Architectural Ironmongers is especially relevant to Mul-T-Lock to pledge our support to achieving the highest standards when it comes to technical excellence and professionalism in security.
Systems integrators are increasingly using Artificial Intelligence-enabled video analytic apps to solve complex customer pain points, as well as for providing traditional safety and security solutions.
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CDVI has announced the launch of its new certification process for trained installers of its solutions. Under the new programme, installers will be invited to attend product training at the CDVI Academy every 12 months, to ensure their knowledge is up-to-date. Courses cover four key product areas:
New research has revealed that the United Kingdom is the 3rd country most affected by online crime in the world - losing $32.9 billion to cybercrime each year. The research, undertaken by SEON, looked at the cost of online crime in the top victim countries identified by the Internet Crime Complaints Center’s most recent report to reveal the cost of online crime.
When the clocks go back, we often see a spike in burglary attempts across the UK, as opportunists make use of the darker nights to operate under the cover of darkness. And this is why NHSM runs throughout the entirety of October, aiming to raise awareness of the importance of upgrading home security at this time of year.
The UK cybersecurity unit tackled 2.7 million digital scams last year, which was almost four times more than in 2020. This is a staggering 40% increase compared to the global rate of 8%, suggesting UK cyber crime figures are much higher than in other developed countries.
But, who falls victim to cyber crime the most?