Archive | Security market sectors RSS feed for this section

Down Hall Installs Phased Upgrade To DirectIP™

The country house hotel, Down Hall, selects IDIS full-HD surveillance for its high performance and a simple transition. Down Hall, one of England’s most established country house hotels, has installed IDIS DirectIP using a phased approach to upgrade from its existing legacy analogue CCTV.  On the Hertfordshire and Essex border, Down Hall chose IDIS partner, [...]

Read more

Alert Logic Comments New UK Government Security Classifications

UK government has introduced a new, simpler security classification system for its data, Stephen Coty, chief security evangelist for Alert Logic, comments are as follows : “Data Classification is something that every company should be practicing, not just the government. It is the act of placing data into categories that will determine the level of [...]

Read more

Fire Extinguishers to Hoyer Petrolog U.K. Ltd. Supplied by Chubb Fire & Security

Chubb Fire & Security has been recently awarded a major contract with Hoyer Petrolog U.K. Ltd., a leading supplier of transport and logistics to the petroleum industry, to provide and service nearly 1,000 Chubb FX fire extinguishers. Chubb is a part of UTC Building & Industrial Systems, a unit of United Technologies Corp. (NYSE: UTX). [...]

Read more

London Conference – Tackling Kidnapping Hijack & Hostage Taking

The conference takes place on 21-22 May, 2014, at Radisson Blu Edwardian,  London Heathrow. To what extent are criminals gathering intelligence from social networking sites to select better targets? What is the deep web and what can criminals achieve from it? Who could be at risk of kidnap within your own organisation and what are the [...]

Read more

Fast, reliable and secure immigration control thanks to Gemalto integrated Border and Visa Management solution

Solution integrates platforms, software and services to enhance security of border check points and significantly reduce waiting times through automated document verification and border control systems Gemalto has launched the Coesys Border and Visa Management solution to meet the combined needs of securing borders and simplifying travel procedures. The end-to-end solution integrates high-availability service platforms, [...]

Read more

$50bn Cost Saving Vision of the Future presented by Secure Identity Alliance

Secure Identity Alliance Presents a new report identifying the social and economic value of eServices up to 2020. On 19th & 20th March 2014 at the Connect:ID conference in Washington and the Cartes Asia conference in Hong Kong, the Secure Identity Alliance will identify the $50 bn savings opportunity government are set to enjoy through [...]

Read more

IFSEC International Serves the Whole Security buying Chain

IFSEC International moved to ExCel London from 17-19 June 2014 and provides a solid platform for a buoyant market. IFSEC International, organised by UBM Live, continues to thrive as the only destination to serve the whole security buying chain, which has been solidified by its move to ExCeL London from 17-19 June. Taking place at its [...]

Read more
Access Control, Alarm systems, Application and software security, Authentication and identity management, Biometric Systems, Bollards, gates and barriers, Building access control system, CCTV cameras and domes, CCTV System, Computer and PC Security, Conferences, Corporate and enterprise security, Credit card fraud, Data management and data security, Detection systems, Door entry systems and locks, E-Learning, Education security and school security, Educational Seminar, Encryption, Endpoint security, Eye biometrics, Face biometrics, Fencing, Financial services and banking security, Fingerprint biometrics, Fire detection and alarm, Fire, Health & Safety, Guard tour system, Hand biometrics, Health & Safety legislation, Home, domestic and residential security, Homeland security and Police, Hospital security and healthcare security, Hotel, restaurant and casino security, Infrastructure and utilities security, Internet and Web security, Intrusion detection, Investigation, IP monitoring, IT Network and Computer Security, Locks and safes, Lone worker protection, Manned Security and Security Guard, Manufacturing security and industrial security, Mobile and Wireless Security, Monitoring systems, Network Security, Other biometric systems, Perimeter Protection, Physical protection, Physical Security, Public Address system, Public Sector security, Remote Monitoring and Surveillance, Retail Security, Safety and protection systems, Security Companies, Security guarding, Security industry, Security market data, Security market sectors, Security personnel services, Security Services, Security training, Sensors and detectors, SME and SMB security, Sport security, event and recreational security, Surveillance, Tagging vandalism and theft prevention, Transport security and logistics security, Voice biometrics, Wireless surveillance

Ostrava Airport security tightened with Navtech Radar AdvanceGuard solution

Navtech Radar AdvanceGuard Solution offers four units scanning 360° every 1.5 seconds, detecting vehicles, human and animals in most weather conditions up to 1000 metres. By 2015, all European airport must put in place improved Perimeter Security measures. Ostrava Airport in the Czech Republic is the latest European airport to conform to the new EU regulations. Working [...]

Read more

CEM Systems AC2000 Access Control System Secures Minsk Airport

Minsk Airport CEM AC2000 Access Control and software modules to heighten security. CEM Systems has installed its powerful and flexible AC2000 access control and security management system at the airport to provide the highest level of security. The system was installed at Minsk Airport by CEM approved Reseller Unibelus. Minsk National Airport is the main air gateway to [...]

Read more

Winter Sochi Olympics, Comments from David Grange Dyn

As we commence the opening of the winter Olympics tomorrow and given the heightened interest this year, this is also a prime opportunity for cybercriminals to exploit the security of the games online using phishing attacks and sending harmful emails. David Grange, director of operations and client services (EMEA) at Dyn offers his comments on the [...]

Read more