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June 4, 2018

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LPCB Attack Testing Zone returns for IFSEC 2018: Watch last year’s action and view 2018 timetable

Check out what’s in store at the LPCB Attack Zone at IFSEC 2018 later this month.

The popular area, which drew huge crowds in 2017, returns to IFSEC between 19-21 June at London ExCeL.

LPCB will carry out live security tests to compare the durability of a range of security products, highlighting critical differences between approved and unapproved versions. The tests will show the importance of procuring only approved security products and the risks if you don’t.

Technicians from the LPCB put non-approved products to the test alongside LPCB-approved alternatives that have achieved a minimum of LPS 1175 SR-3 compliance. The LPCB – Loss Prevention Certification Board – was set up by certification body BRE Global.

For a foretaste of what you can seen at London ExCeL, check out our highlights video from last year’s Attack Testing Zone below. Security doors, perimeter fencing, shutters and covers were subjected to hammers, wire cutters and other handheld tools.

The full timetable of sessions and demonstrations can be found below the video – don’t miss out!

IFSEC International takes place between 19-21 June 2018, ExCeL London. Get your free ticket now.

Timetable

TUESDAY

11:00 – 11:40 Demo 1.1

  • A sound defense: We will explore the protection provided by acoustic fencing and railings
  • Jacksons Fencing
  • Unlocking the truth about padlocks: Padlocks may provide more security thank you think. But how an you tell an effective one from a vulnerable one?
  • Abloy UK

12:00 – 12:10 Certificate Presentation

  • Making a grand entrance: We will be unveiling the first glaze entrance system of its type approved to LPS 1175
  • TBA

13:00- 13:40 Demo 1.2

  • How secure is your site and its access control: We will explore how LPS 1175 can be used to determine the protection provided by each layer of a site’s security and how using approved products will help you to avoid the physical vulnerabilities present in many access control devices availble on the market.
  • Fencing – Jacksons Fencing
  • Steel doors with access control locks – Assa Abloy Security Doors NI

15:30 – 16:10 Demo 1.3

  • Mission Critical – an introduction to achieving security and safety: We will explore how LPS 1175 has been helping to ensure the protection of critical infrastructure around the world. We will also learn how LPS 1175 ensures locking hardware designed to provide emergency egress does not compromise a doorset’s ability to prevent unauthorised entry.
  • Steel doors – Assa Abloy Security Doors NI
  • Fencing – Jacksons Fencing

WEDNESDAY

11:00 – 11:40 Demo 2.1

  • Mission Critical – an introduction to achieving security and safety: We will explore how LPS 1175 has been helping to ensure the protection of critical infrastructure around the world. We will also learn how LPS 1175 ensures locking hardware designed to provide emergency egress does not compromise a doorset’s ability to prevent unauthorised entry.
  • Steel doors – Burton Safes
  • Fencing – Jacksons Fencing

13:00- 13:40 Demo 2.2

  • Wood you believe it? – We will explore the potential to use timber based products to provide high levels of protection from forced entry.
  • Fencing – Jacksons Fencing
  • Timber Doors – Assa Abloy Security Doors NI

15:30 – 16:10 Demo 2.3

  • How secure is your data? – We will explore the layers of physical protection available for securing your data centres.
  • Fencing – Jacksons Fencing – Fencing
  • Modular walling and enclosure – Burton Safes

THURSDAY

10:45 – 11:25 Demo 3.1

  • What a mesh! – We will explore the different levels of protection provided by welded mesh security fencing
  • Fencing – Jacksons Fencing
  • Not just any doormat! – We will explore the dangers of using unapproved key safes to secure keys outside properties.
  • Key Safes – Burton Safes

12:00 – Certificate Presentation 

  • Breaking news – Presenting certification to one of Europe’s largest manufacturers of steel security doors for their range of single and double leaf inward and outward opening doorsets to LPS 1175 to prevent unauthorised access to hazardous materials.

12:45 – 13:25 Demo 3.2

  • Mission Critical – Containing the hazard – We will explore the use of products approved to LPS 1175 to prevent unauthorised access to hazardous materials.
  • Fencing – Jacksons Fencing
  • Collapsible security grilles – Burton Safes

14:45 – 15:10 Demo 3.3

  • A sound defence: We will explore the protection provided by timber fencing
  • Fencing – Jacksons Fencing

IFSEC International takes place between 19-21 June 2018, ExCeL London. Get your free ticket now.

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