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All you need to know about the FESS apprenticeship standard

All you need to know about the Fire, Emergency and Security (FESS) Apprenticeship Standard, which has been developed for the security and fire sector. Read More

Biometric padlock unveiled by Master Lock

Master Lock has launched a weather durable and attack robust biometric padlock that is said to allow for rapid fingerprint unlocking with no need for a traditional key. Read More

Apollo Fire Detectors set to celebrate 40th anniversary at FIREX 2020

Apollo Fire Detectors will be celebrating 40 years of making smart devices that keep people safe from fire at FIREX International 2020. Read More

Cyber resilience in aviation

Scott Nicholson, Delivery Director at Bridewell Consulting, details the challenges involved in the aviation sector in relation to cyber security. Read More

Supporting student access management with SMARTair software

SMARTair has provided an efficient solution to help manage the security of newly built student accomodation in Nantes, France. Read More

MGM Resorts hit by cyber attack, leaking personal data of guests

Hackers invade personal data of 10.6 million guests who stayed at MGM Resorts hotel during the summer of 2019. Read More

Government propose fire door checks every quarter

The upcoming fire safety bill is set to stipulate that fire doors in all blocks of flats will need to be checked every three months. Read More

Can facial recognition help contain the Coronavirus?

As the death toll continues to rise from the outbreak of the Coronavirus, there have been indications that facial recognition technology is being used to combat its spread. Read More

“IFSEC is still the major event for the security industry”

IFSEC Global speaks to Came BPT and Webeye, to better understand why they are exhibiting at IFSEC International 2020, and why security professionals should attend the show. Read More

£30k fine or jail for Leicester security boss

The sentencing follows Dogan's guilty plea at Leicester Magistrates' Court in October 2018 to three counts, for working without an SIA Licence and providing false information to SIA investigators. Read More



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Working with the insider threat

Want a Future-Proof Cyber Security Strategy? Look at Physical Security Now

‘Secure by default’ in the age of converged security

The future of fire safety eBook: legislative, technological and cultural change

The video surveillance report 2019

Understand the true cost of your video solution

Mobile access series #1: What you need to know

Fire door case study: Achieving compliance in children’s homes