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21 January 2021

SOLOPROTECT IS updating its lone worker offer and launching a range of new, tiered solutions later on this month. Revamped solution packages will afford deploying organisations an enhanced toolkit for consistent safety behaviour, simplified purchase options and a data-driven approach towards personal safety management for lone workers.

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21 January 2021

SUPPORTING SECURITY installers and system integrators to achieve optimum results for their IP camera installations, Clear Vision Technologies (in conjunction with barox, the manufacturer of ‘switches made for video networks’) has launched a Continuing Professional Development (CPD)-certified training course.

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21 January 2021

SYNECTICS SECURITY – the business specialising in the design, integration and support of advanced security and surveillance systems – has just won a new contract with Irish Rail (Iarnród Éireann) to upgrade all InterCity Mark 4 rolling stock on the Dublin to Cork route to an IP-based video surveillance solution.

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21 January 2021

SECURITY SOLUTIONS specialist Mul-T-Lock has launched the MTL500 multi-patented mechanical platform, thereby boasting next-level protection for commercial environments.

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19 January 2021

GAI-TRONICS, the manufacturer of industrial and commercial communication solutions, has added a new temperature sensing-based access control feature to the HUBBCOM family of products. Temperature sensing is a new way in which to facilitate a contactless check-in process for employees and authorised visitors in buildings in light of the Coronavirus pandemic.

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19 January 2021

THE 2020S will be a wireless decade. From headphones to hoovers, consumers are set to reap the benefits when they cut the cables and adopt wire-free solutions. In terms of electronic access control, asserts ASSA ABLOY, those benefits include improved cost-efficiency and flexibility, giving security and facility managers greater control over who should have access, where and when.

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19 January 2021

TWO NEW Wisenet cameras equipped with Hanwha Techwin’s Wisenet7 chipset have “reinforced the company’s claim to be the market-leading manufacturer” of multi-directional cameras. Both the Wisenet PNM-9022V and Wisenet PNM-9322VQP models are equipped with “industry-leading cyber security features”.

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21 January 2021

INTEGRATED SECURITY solutions manufacturer TDSi has announced a raft of new features for its popular GARDiS range of integrated software and hardware security systems. Additional features for 2021 include integration options for Lift Control, Area Occupancy and ANPR, all of which are designed to assist with not only security, but also the ongoing health and social distancing requirements necessarily impose by the Government.

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21 January 2021

BT REDCARE – the trusted provider of ‘no compromise’ alarm signalling – has announced the UK launch of Essential IP, a new all-IP alarm signalling solution that future-proofs alarm systems and provides peace of mind to commercial and residential customers that their premises will continue to be fully protected against unwanted intrusion.

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20 January 2021

360 VISION Technology, the UK manufacturer of rugged PTZ and thermal imaging cameras, is going to be actively promoting the use of radar imaging in the company’s latest Technology Learning Webinar.

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14 January 2021

THE WISENET PNM-9000QB camera module from Hanwha Techwin is designed for ATM, retail and other covert fraud and theft detection applications. The remote camera heads comprise an image sensor camera equipped with a fixed, pinhole or fisheye lens.

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21 January 2021

AS THE UK as a whole - and its National Health Service (NHS) in particular - continues to fight against the COVID-19 pandemic, one hospital has taken on board ‘new era’ physical security measures designed to help contain the spread of the Coronavirus and manage infection control.

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14 January 2021

NORBAIN HAS announced a new partnership with Secure Logiq, thereby bringing into its extensive product portfolio the latter’s servers specifically designed for HD surveillance. Secure Logiq aims to provide “the fastest performance, the biggest storage and the most resilience” coupled with “the best value” in HD video processing, viewing, analysis and storage technology.

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14 January 2021

A NEW initiative designed to deliver “unprecedented” levels of support for CCTV and security consultants has been unveiled by Dahua Technology UK and Ireland. The Key Consultants Programme for the UK and Irish markets will see Dahua harness its technical and product expertise to keep consultants up-to-date with developments in security technology, including regular and informative product and technology updates, training and Continuing Professional Development opportunities.

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13 January 2021

A NEW range of Wisenet Public View Monitors (PVMs), each model being equipped with a built-in SSL connected 2 MP camera – has been introduced by Hanwha Techwin to help retailers deter fraudsters and shoplifters.

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13 January 2021

PARTIZAN SECURITY, the CCTV and access control solutions manufacturer founded back in 2008 and based in the Czech Republic, has continued its recent expansion into the UK security market by forming a new strategic partnership with monitoring service provider Fenix Monitoring.

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07 January 2021

THE NEW ASSA ABLOY ePED, which is available from Abloy UK, is a display door terminal that incorporates an escape door system combining a sleek and stylish design for today’s modern buildings.

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21 January 2021

WITH THE latest release of its Synergy software platform, Synectics is enabling organisations to monitor and manage increasing volumes of critical real-time data across their surveillance and security networks.

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21 January 2021

INTERNATIONAL LONE worker security and safety business SoloProtect is updating its lone worker offer and launching a range of new tiered solutions. The revamped solution packages afford deploying organisations an enhanced toolkit for consistent safety behaviour and, importantly, a data-driven approach towards lone worker management.

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06 January 2021

UNDERLINING ITS support of installers and integrators to achieve optimum results for IP camera installations, barox Kommunikation AG – the specialist manufacturer of ‘switches made for video networks’ – has enrolled as an Advancis Premium Technology Partner.

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FEATURES

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14 January 2021

HANWHA TECHWIN has detailed what the surveillance solutions manufacturer believes will be the Top 5 key trends for the video surveillance industry during 2021. Those trends cover Artificial Intelligence edge-based solutions, open platform, the cloud, cyber security and finally data protection and privacy issues.

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14 January 2021

2020 WITNESSED a seismic physical, economic and cultural shift among global organisations as businesses necessarily adapted to working during a pandemic. When COVID-19 brought sweeping changes to the way in which we all operate, communicate and do business, cyber criminals were in the wings waiting to seize any opportunity they could to exploit security weaknesses for monetary and disruptive gains. Is that trend going to continue in 2021? Safi Raza offers his views on the matter.

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14 January 2021

WHEN THE COVID-19 pandemic took hold in March last year, few industry commentators would have predicted the enormous impact it has since exerted right across the world and, indeed, every vertical sector. With that as the backdrop, Johan Paulsson examines the trends that we can now expect to see developing across the physical security sector during 2021.

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08 January 2021

‘BE A part of history’. That’s the tagline for the latest research project spearheaded by the International Foundation for Protection Officers (IFPO) in collaboration with Perpetuity Research. As Peter Stiernstedt explains, the basic aim of that project is to more clearly define the roles, responsibilities and duties of today’s security officers while also taking full account of the perceived complexities therein.

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08 January 2021

WHEN THE World Health Organisation declared COVID-19 a global pandemic, organisations had to adapt and change the way in which they operate – and fast. As those changes took place, cyber criminals followed suit because the modern criminal is constantly evolving in line with shifts in online behaviour and trends. With all of this in mind, Simon Eyre focuses his attentions on the trends we can expect to witness across the cyber world in 2021.

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08 January 2021

ULTRA-HIGH resolution, multi-directional, 360⁰ or PTZ? With system designers now having so many options to choose from when it comes to specifying the most appropriate surveillance cameras for monitoring large areas, Uri Guterman provides a helpful and timely overview of the merits of some of the most suitable camera formats.

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04 December 2020

MANUAL PROCESSES such as using spreadsheets to design run-sheets, passing paper run-sheets to drivers and crossing off the jobs by hand as they’re completed in the Control Room, could be costing security companies dear. Using technology to streamline these tasks can save hours each week in administration, enable firms to provide a better service to customers and keep members of staff happy. Paul Ridden explains how local and regional security businesses can make use of tech to improve many aspects of their operation.

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19 November 2020

WITH 20-PLUS years of events sector experience to date, Rachael Shattock was appointed Group event director at the Nineteen Group (with responsibility for International Security Expo, International Cyber Expo and International Disaster Response) in early 2020. Here, in conversation with Security Matters, Rachael focuses on the necessary pivot to all three events running under one banner in the online domain.

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13 November 2020

UNEXPLAINED WEALTH Orders were first introduced on 31 January 2018 by the Criminal Finances Act 2017, which itself amended the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002. Here, Nicola Sharp considers the attention afforded to them in today’s world and places a strong emphasis on the fact that they can indeed be challenged.

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12 November 2020

EACH YEAR, the increasingly sophisticated criminals of the cyber world pose new and very real threats to the financial services sector, making it a prime target for cyber attacks. As Safi Raza explains, the pace of digital acceleration and the continuous development of new technologies offers a constant challenge for financial firms. It’s a challenge made even greater by the global pandemic.

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28 September 2020

IN LIGHT of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and the impact that the Coronavirus has exerted all over the globe, now more so than ever the financial services sector must focus its attentions on operational resilience and risk management. Here, Rich Cooper outlines the key reasons why.

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11 September 2020

SUGGESTING THAT the Government has left the taxpayer vulnerable to multi-million pound theft is a pretty big accusation to make, but this is the charge that has been levelled at the Conservatives by prominent anti-fraud organisations. Neil Williams voices concern about the risk of fraud centred on Coronavirus loan schemes.

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11 September 2020

A10 NETWORKS recently launched its State of DDoS Weapons Report (Q2 2020), the contents of which is based on approximately ten million unique source addresses tracked by the company. As Ehab Halablab observes, the document sheds more light on the nature of DDoS attacks and the key trends and observations that enterprises can learn from when adopting a successful defence.

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11 September 2020

FREEDOM OF Information requests sent to the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) by business crime-focused solicitors Rahman Ravelli appear to support the argument that self-reporting bribery and corruption concerns can bring benefits. Here, Aziz Rahman elaborates on the detail.

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10 September 2020

INNOVATION IS hastening the ever-closer digital interaction of security and brand protection holographic devices. As Dr Paul Dunn explains, developments in materials and advanced processes, together with a desire to seek out new applications, ensure that commercial holography continues to feature in the front line fight against counterfeiting, identity theft and brand piracy.

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10 September 2020

WHETHER YOU’RE talking about system installation, operation or expansion, electronic access control has costs attached to every stage of its lifetime. Of course, the benefits over mechanical locking outweigh these costs, but they could outweigh them even farther if the right locking technology is selected. Thomas Schulz expands on the detail.

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10 September 2020

FACIAL RECOGNITION appears to be in the spotlight again as a growing number of States in America seek to ban police use of the technology due to public fears that it may lead to racial or gender bias. In truth, the technology offers greater accuracy than CCTV systems to help police officers quickly identify crime suspects and keep the public safe, as Adrian Timberlake explains in detail.

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03 September 2020

PLACES OF leisure are public by design. Unlike a bank vault or a power plant, they actively invite visitors and cannot be locked down. Equally, though, to ensure user and property safety, access must not be a ‘free for all’. Given that risk management is part of every site security team’s daily routine in this environment, Thomas Schulz pinpoints how intelligent locking solutions impact their workload in a wholly positive manner.

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27 August 2020

WITH THE majority of employees in many businesses forced to work from home since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, Mark Harper investigates whether or not today’s companies are fully prepared for a new set of data security challenges.

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27 August 2020

WHILE THE nationwide lockdown has contributed towards a fall in knife offences over the past few months, June saw multiple high-profile knife attacks in quick succession as Britain regained some of its freedom. The challenge for police and communities will be to ensure that high levels of knife crime don’t return with the easing of lockdown restrictions. Here, Adrian Timberlake explains how new technologies and the use of data could help the police service to prevent and reduce knife crime.

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