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MGM Resorts hit by cyber attack, leaking personal data of guests

Hackers invade personal data of 10.6 million guests who stayed at MGM Resorts hotel during the summer of 2019. Read More

Can facial recognition help contain the Coronavirus?

As the death toll continues to rise from the outbreak of the Coronavirus, there have been indications that facial recognition technology is being used to combat its spread. Read More

£30k fine or jail for Leicester security boss

The sentencing follows Dogan's guilty plea at Leicester Magistrates' Court in October 2018 to three counts, for working without an SIA Licence and providing false information to SIA investigators. Read More

SPC Connect 3.0 released from Vanderbilt

Vanderbilt has released its SPC Connect 3.0, which has a revamped user interface and improved navigation system for installers. Read More

Property management firm fined after fire

Management company Harper Stone Properties Ltd has been fined after pleading guilty to a series of fire safety failings following the 2016 blaze at the block of flats on Green Lanes in Palmers Green. Read More

WEBINAR: How Converged Security Centres facilitate the digital transformation of security

Register for our upcoming webinar on 9th March, in association with Vidsys, on converged security centres. Read More

The Future of Security Report

An industry survey from IFSEC and Tavcom assessed the challenges and opportunities professionals in the security sector are currently facing. Read More

Hikvision recertified for Cyber Essentials Plus credentials

Hikvision has received recertification for Cyber Essentials Plus, demonstrating its “commitment to ensuring the security of its internal systems”, says the company. Read More

Tyre company director sentenced for fire safety failings

The director of a scrap tyre yard has been handed a suspended prison sentence for a series of fire safety offences in a building where workers were living. Read More

£1 million fire sprinkler projects set to “keep hundreds safe”

South Yorkshire Fire & Rescue spent the money fitting fire sprinklers in around 650 flats across the county in a bid to prompt owners of accommodation for mostly vulnerable residents to consider fire sprinklers as a long-term measure to keep their tenants safe. Read More



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