Education sector


Newman University improves security with surveillance upgrade

Newman University has overhauled its dated suite of security cameras with a more robust solution from IDIS to prepare for expansion and better protect its students and staff. Read More

How security teams are leading the fightback at universities

In a time of historic challenges for the higher education sector, leading security managers are showing the way forward. Glenn Farrant, co-founder and CEO of CriticalArc, explains. Read More

Security ops challenged as universities respond to COVID-19

Security and safety teams at universities are adapting rapidly to the new risks posed by COVID-19 and its impact. We find out how teams are responding, with CriticalArc’s SafeZone said to be proving its worth. Read More

Access control upgrade at Luminy campus

Assa Abloy explains how its Aperio access control solution has improved security at the Luminy campus in France. Read More

Spotlight on university security

We look at how a commercial and an academic venture are tackling the security challenges faced by university students in the UK. 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

Transforming security on Teesside – a team on a mission

We find out how the use of approachable, well-trained staff and the use of technology has had a dramatic impact at Teeside University. Read More

University College London joins student security and safety initiative

UCL is announced as the latest Founder Member of ProtectED, a company aiming to raise standards in student safety and security. Read More

Aperio the “perfect access control solution” for The Camp

As a provider of future-oriented business education, The Camp sought an access control solution as forward-thinking as their courses. Assa Abloy’s Aperio turned out to be the perfect match. Read More

Prosecution: School security guard sentenced for using forged licence

On 17th January, Oladeji Christopher Owolabi was sentenced at Wood Green Crown Court for two counts of fraud and one count of possessing documents with an improper purpose Read More



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