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Cladding manufacturer holds fire tests to prove panel safety

A cladding manufacturer has undertaken a series of ‘real life’ tests to prove that it’s cladding products do not burn. Read More

Todd Research extends into aviation sector

Todd Research is now offering a full portfolio of x-ray detection equipment for security in the aviation industry, said to be designed to the highest standards in order to meet with the ever-changing demands. Read More

Partnership between BSIA and DIT/DSO

In an initiative designed to raise awareness of the UK exports in the security sector, the BSIA is to partner with the Department for International Trade/Defence Export Services Organisation (DIT/DSO). Read More

First professional association for security launches in the Middle East

The first security professional association aimed at connecting people within the security industry has launched in the Middle East. Read More

Middle East partnership for Sunstone Systems and DETASAD

Sunstone Systems and ICT solutions provider DETASAD have announced they have entered into a strategic partnership in the Middle East. Read More

SIA calls for responses to code of conduct consultation

The association is inviting the industry, licence holders, and anyone with an interest in private security, to have its say on the draft code of conduct by taking part in a survey, which is available here. Read More

Travelex hit by cyber-attack

Foreign exchange company, Travelex is continuing to be held to ransom by hackers, after a cyber-attack forced the firm to revert back to pen and paper, rather than using its computer systems. Read More

Wilson James adds Risk Advisory Service to portfolio

Wilson James has launched its new Risk Advisory Service division, which has been designed to support customers improve their risk and threat management. Read More

Cladding concerns in tower blocks continue

Concerns over cladding in tower blocks continue post-Grenfell, demonstrated by two recent examples in the north of England. Read More

UK cyber security head to step down

Ciaran Martin has announced that he will be stepping down as the head of the UK’s national cyber security unit (NCSC) in the summer. Read More



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