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Always protected no matter where you are! ZONITH taking part in IFSEC 2019

While other solutions work either inside OR outside, ZONITH's cutting-edge solution will protect and localise staff no matter where they are - inside AND outside. Read More

How to protect your hotel guests

When running a hotel or guest house, keeping your guests safe and secure is obviously top priority. But it can […] Read More

WATCH: The machete-wielding gang aided by a G4S employee

A 20-year sentence given to a G4S employee for aiding three cash-in-transit robberies has been welcomed by the British Security […] Read More

Enhancing event security without inconveniencing visitors

Event security poses a unique set of challenges: open design, a surge of guests before a show starts, and the […] Read More

The myriad benefits of lone worker training

This guide from Cardinus examines the types of lone workers, the dangers they face, how lone working training can mitigate risks and the benefits of lone worker training. Read More

Security TWENTY 19 kicks off with Birmingham conference and exhibition

Held at the Hilton Birmingham Metropole Hotel on 21 February, Security TWENTY 19 Birmingham again features a diverse conference programme and an exhibition that includes CSL, Paxton, FLIR, Seagate and STANLEY Security. Read More

Registration now open for NSI Summit 2019

Now in its sixth year, the next edition takes place on 21 March 2019 at the Vox Conference Centre, sited next door to the NEC in Birmingham. Read More

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