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11th January 2023 Issue no. 638
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7 security predictions that businesses need to know in 2023
Securing the cloud is a never-ending task that becomes more challenging each year as the cloud functionality continues to expand. New technologies and tools bring businesses many opportunities; however, if we don’t use them appropriately and securely, they can do more damage than good.
Videx strengthens flagship door entry system with new concierge offering
The CST2310 unit can be used for up to 200 apartments, offering both handset and hands-free speech and a back lit touch control keypad along with a 3.5” LCD display with on screen information relating to both entrances and apartments and the stage of a call when in progress.
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This Week's News
New Magic engravers from Lockdecoders
The Magic S Series Multipurpose Engraver:
- Engraves on acrylic, various kinds of plastics, wood, modeling board, etc
EU businesses fined over €830 million for GDPR violations in 2022, Meta paid over 80%
The latest data analysed by Atlas VPN reveals that as of December 2022, companies paid a total of €2.83 billion in 1401 cases for violating various data protection laws. Out of that, GDPR fines in 2022 total €832 million, which is 36% lower than the €1.3 billion paid in 2021.
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Hanwha Techwin’s Top 5 Video Surveillance Trends for 2023
Hanwha Techwin previews the Top 5 Video Surveillance Trends for 2023, focusing on cutting-edge technologies including AI, computing at the edge, and the convergence of the IoT. It also explains why cybersecurity and the responsible use of technology will become increasingly important.
1. The use of AI is evolving
To date, traditional video applications have called on AI to reduce false alarms and allow the forensic search of video based on object attributes.
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Lockexpo will be held at The Belfry Hotel Nottingham. 11/12th March.
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Beginner's guide to video entry systems
What is video entry? Video entry systems are a method of controlling communication between visitors at a building’s entrance and the people inside. They are most common on private homes or apartment blocks.
Supporting Assisted Care with Door Hardware
Despite their often quaint façades, modern care home environments are under consistent pressure to secure the safety and care of vulnerable residents and staff.
New 2023 dates announced by Abloy Academy
The free courses are designed to train installers, security managers, end users and specifiers, giving them the skills and knowledge to ensure maximum safety and security while helping to save lives in an emergency.
www.lockexpo.co.uk click the link 'book tickets'.
Book yourself - staff/family/ all on the one visit
Integrating cameras with your access control system
However, it could also be things like a keypad code, a digital impression of a fingerprint, or a signal from a mobile phone.