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23 January 2020

Data protection regulators have imposed €114m ($126m/£97m) in monetary fines under the GDPR for a wide range of infringements, according to new findings from DLA Piper.

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23 January 2020

On Friday (17 January) Oladeji Christopher Owolabi of West London was sentenced at Wood Green Crown Court for working as a security guard at a school using a forged licence.

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23 January 2020

As cities continue to grow and evolve, the way we construct and manage smart, safe and secure buildings has never been more critical to social and community development. Here, Francesca Boeris looks at the growing trends towards investment in tall buildings and the challenges these environments present in terms of door entry, fire detection and smart security.

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23 January 2020

With a recognised and increasing skills gap appearing across the systems industry, employers must act now by taking on apprentices and upskilling their existing staff, explains Trevor Jenks

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23 January 2020

A website which provided access to more than 12 billion personal credentials to cyber criminals for as little as $2 per day has been taken down following an investigation led by the National Crime Agency (NCA), in collaboration with international law enforcement partners.

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23 January 2020

The Police Digital Security Centre is launching a series of themed months throughout 2020 to assist organisations with their cyber security.

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21 January 2020

Statistics on the average response times to fire incidents in England (2018/19) have been published.

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21 January 2020

In his first annual assessment of fire and rescue services in England, Her Majesty’s Chief inspector of Fire and Rescue Services Sir Thomas Winsor acknowledges the strong commitment from firefighters to protect the communities they serve.

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21 January 2020

A Stratford hotel and its owner have been ordered to pay a total of £45,000 for “serious and systemic” fire safety failures which “put staff and guests at risk”.

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21 January 2020

Peter Heath has been appointed Tyne and Wear Fire and Rescue Service (TWFRS) Assistant Chief Fire Officer (ACO), following an extensive selection process.

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21 January 2020

Tyne and Wear Fire and Rescue Service is now carrying smoke hoods on all of its fire engines. The smoke hoods were one of the key recommendations within the Grenfell Tower Inquiry Phase 1 Report.

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21 January 2020

Work has now been completed on the sprinkler installations in residential blocks in Tamworth making 396 flats in the town safer.

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16 January 2020

A cyber criminal has been jailed for nine months for committing offences against the National Lottery, after a National Crime Agency (NCA) investigation.

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16 January 2020

A man and woman were sentenced on Friday, 10 January following an investigation by the Met’s Central Specialist Crime – Cyber Crime Unit.

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16 January 2020

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has launched a new £800,000 fund, with support from Google.org, to empower communities to tackle violent extremism and a rise in hate crime offences in the capital.

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16 January 2020

The BSIA is to partner with the Department for International Trade/Defence Export Services Organisation (DIT/DSO) in raising awareness of the UK exports in the security sector.

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16 January 2020

The Security Industry Authority (SIA) is launching a six-week consultation on a draft code of conduct for SIA licence holders and applicants for SIA licences.

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16 January 2020

The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has fined DSG Retail Limited (DSG) £500,000 after a ‘point of sale’ computer system was compromised as a result of a cyber-attack, affecting at least 14 million people.

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14 January 2020

Wakefield Grammar School Foundation has been fined £10,000 at Leeds Crown Court after admitting shortfalls in fire safety precautions at Wakefield Girls’ High School and Queen Elizabeth Grammar School.

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14 January 2020

The former bosses of an Indian restaurant in the West Midlands have been handed suspended prison sentences and the company fined £175,000 after a chef suffered serious burns from a dangerous tandoor oven.

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