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From Strasbourg to Malaysia: Safeguarding students remotely through emergency response management

How cloud-based geolocation technology is transforming control room capabilities around the world, with Strasbourg-based students located and instructed to stay in their secure building within 20 minutes of news breaking that terrorists were firing shots at the city's Christmas markets. Read More

Accredited lone worker devices have saved the taxpayer £60m in 12 months

The BSIA is crediting BS 8484-accredited systems with the fact that the lone worker industry is now passing between 0.1-0.2% of all lone worker-generated alarms to the police via lone worker unique reference numbers (URNs). Read More

Surveillance camera commissioner Tony Porter to headline Security TWENTY 18 London

The next Security TWENTY 18 event, a series of regional conference and exhibitions, is taking place at Park Inn Hotel, London Heathrow on Wednesday 7 November 2018. Read More

Fly-tipping occurring on industrial scale as BSIA offers tips for protecting land

In some cases dummy companies advertising cheap skip rentals have taken out short-term leases on warehouses, filled them floor to ceiling with waste and vacated the premises. Read More

WATCH: Secutel Technologies CEO on the SECUTRAQ body cam and workforce monitoring platform

Danny Pringle, CEO and founder of Secutel Technologies, spoke to IFSEC TV during IFSEC 2018 about the South Africa-based company's SECUTRAQ platform. Read More

Parking restrictions are putting cash-in-transit couriers in harm’s way, says BSIA

The BSIA says that vehicle traffic and access restrictions proposed for Rochdale town centre could put couriers in the (CViT) industry, as well as the general public, at serious risk of harm. Read More

SIA recommends mandatory business licensing conditional on ACS compliance

The Security Industry Authority (SIA) has recommended a systematic overhaul of its licensing and regulations following a parliamentary review. Read More

Electronic guards: The future of manned guarding?

Businesses today face more sophisticated threats than ever before. And although cybersecurity is top of the media agenda, physical security […] Read More

Inner Range marked 30th anniversary at IFSEC 2018 with new Guard Tour feature

A new feature of access control system Integriti that makes patrols harder for attackers to predict was one of the main attractions on Inner Range's stand at IFSEC 2018. Read More

7 new security products showcased at Speakers Corner at IFSEC 2018

Speakers Corner, which made its IFSEC debut during the security show's 2018 edition, saw companies present their latest innovations in CCTV, access control, intrusion detection, manned guarding and more. Read More