Security product associations / regulatory bodies (368 found)

The British Security Industry Association (BSIA) is the professional trade association for the security industry in the UK. Its aim is to help its member companies succeed in an ever-changing and highly competitive business environment. A vitally important element of this is ensuring its members provide the highest possible standard of products and service to their customers. The BSIA has over 500 members responsible for more than 70% of UK security business, including CCTV, access control, manned security, information destruction, physical security, cash-in-transit and alarm manufacture, distribution and installation. Vision The BSIA's vision is to create a climate where the BSIA hallmark is a symbol of quality and professionalism for security buyers and industry partners.Mission As the voice of the British private security industry, the BSIA mission is to support members and encourage excellence; educate the marketplace on the value of quality and professional security; and create an atmosphere in which our members can flourish.Key values Dedication - we are committed to serving all our members equally. High standards - we promote best practice and excellence to add value. Innovation - we push the boundaries, using a positive attitude to lead the industry forward. Integrity - we operate ethically to do the right thing. Belief - we are passionate about what we do. Key areas of BSIA activity include: Information dissemination The BSIA disseminates information to members, potential members, users of security products/services, related organisations and the general public to raise awareness and understanding of issues relating to security and crime prevention. Lobbying The BSIA lobbies key organisations/bodies to form valuable working partnerships and achieve desirable changes e.g. Members of Parliament, the Home Office, Association of Chief Police Officers, Association of British Insurers. The BSIA is extremely active in liaising with Government to ensure that legislation reflects industry and customer needs. The Association lobbied for regulation of the security industry for over 15 years, culminating in the introduction of the Private Security Industry Act 2001 and the launch of the Security Industry Authority. Standards One of the BSIA's top priorities is the maintenance of high standards within the industry, and it places rigorous requirements on companies wishing to become members. BSIA draws up industry codes of practice and technical documents, often then submitting documents for consideration as British Standards. Our representatives work on European standards committees to ensure these will meet the practical needs of the industry and its customers Skills In 2006 a skills body for the private security sector was formed. 'Skills for Security' incorporates the Security Industry Training Organisation, the BSIA's training subsidiary, which was divested from the Association to form the new skills body. The BSIA is working with Skills for Security, alongside other key industry stakeholders, to help to establish a stronger skills foundation which will add further benefits for the industry and its people.

A10 Networks is the leader in application networking, helping organisations of all sizes to accelerate, optimise and secure their applications. A10's primary market for application delivery networking is driven by the massive growth of global IP traffic and expected to double to $2.9 billion in four years.

Absco Solutions is engaged in the design, integration, installation and maintenance of a wide variety of fire and security systems, including access control, intrusion detection, video surveillance solutions. They also offer consulting services, integration and IT services, UL Listed central station monitoring for fire and security alarms, and UUFX UL Certification for fire alarm systems.

ACM is a UKAS-accredited certification body in the UK. With over 280 auditors internationally, they work with thousands of clients in more than 20 countries throughout their certification process up to their successful certification that will transform their business performance.

The ACS Pacesetters membership is made up of Contract Security Guarding Companies who are in the top 15% benchmarking and achievement levels set by the Security Industry Authority Approved Contractor Scheme.

The Active Archive Alliance is a collaborative industry alliance dedicated to promoting active archives for simple access to all data, all of the time. Launched in early 2010, the Active Archive Alliance is a vendor neutral organisation open to leading providers of tiered storage technologies including file systems, HSM, applications, cloud storage, high density tape and disk storage.

ADA systems is a wholesale supplier and distributor of Security, safety, & Automation products (CCTV, Home security systems, Video Door phones, Attendance & access control systems, automatic gate opening systems & barriers,etc.). ADA's strategy has been to provide quality products at competitive pricing to the dealers.

Adherence Compliance Inc. is a globally renowned cannabis compliance software and services firm. They provide compliance software, operational templates, compliance training, and regulatory search services. The company's software and search solutions allow stakeholders of operational risk to streamline and automate Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC).

ADS Group is the UK trade organisation representing aerospace, defence, security and space sectors. ADS is focused on representing ambitions and concerns of these industries in the UK and overseas to key stakeholders, government, and the media. A dedicated team of events specialists co-ordinate & manage a comprehensive events programme encompassing everything from large international trade shows through to table top events & networking lunches.

AeroSpace and Defence Industries Association of Europe represents the aeronautics, space, defence and Security Industries in Europe with the objective of promoting and supporting the competitive development of the sector.

ADS is the Premier Trade Organisation for all companies operating in the UK Aerospace, Defence, Security and Space industries. Farnborough International Limited (FIL) which runs the Farnborough International Airshow, is a wholly owned subsidiary.

Africa Security Forum is a membership-based government organisation, located in Barking, United Kingdom. They provide policing, counter terrorism, border defence, local, state, national security services.

Airbus DS Electronics and Border Security (EBS) is a subsidiary of Airbus Defence and Space. As a world leading provider of premium electronics in the areas of protection, surveillance and situational awareness, it is the global no. 1 in missile warning systems, a leading provider of border surveillance equipment and the German sensor house with a major position in the radar, optronics, and electronic warfare markets.

A tax-exempt foundation supported by the Electronic Security Association (ESA), the Alarm Industry Research & Educational Foundation (AIREF) is the research arm of the electronic security industry. It is also an educational foundation and has supported the revamping of the ESA National Training School initiative. AIREF has also provided more than $150,000 to bring the courses online, and allowed NTS to strengthen its distance learning.

he ALOA Security Professionals Association, Inc. is the world’s largest organisation for locksmiths and other physical security professionals. ALOA’s activities include the ALOA Continuing Education (ACE) program, the ALOA Annual Convention and Security Expo and the ALOA Training Center, which is based in Dallas, TX.

Founded in 2001, Alrehab Services Co. continues to provide high quality personnel for all aspects of Services. The company firmly believes in a polite, professional approach and manner when dealing with their client base. Their aims are to ensure: • Customer needs are fully catered for and met with a high quality service. • All services delivered are in line with current organisational and government legislation guidelines.

The American Conference Institute have developed and hosted conferences, summits and executive briefings providing the business intelligence that decision makers need, to react decisively and effectively to challenges and opportunities in the marketplace.

American National Standards Institute (ANSI) oversees standards and conformity assessment activities in USA. ANSI's mission is to enhance both the global competitiveness of U.S. business and the U.S. quality of life by promoting and facilitating voluntary consensus standards and conformity assessment systems, and safeguarding their integrity. The Institute represents the diverse interests of more than 270,000 companies and organisations.

APCO International is the world’s oldest and largest organisation of public safety communications professionals and supports largest U.S. membership base. The Association of Public-Safety Communications Officials (APCO) is an international leader committed to providing complete public safety communications expertise, professional development, technical assistance, advocacy and outreach to benefit our members and the public.

A division of CutCom Software, AppArmor develops custom mobile safety applications and emergency notification systems for universities, colleges, and private institutions in Canada, the US and Australia. As the industry standard in mobile safety, AppArmor is helping to protect hundreds of thousands of users across the globe.

ART is one of the leading security company in the Albuquerque area market. It is the only company that is dedicated to providing an immediate, in-person response to burglar alarms.

The purpose of the organisation is to promote the level of technique and management of anti-counterfeit of every member, to promote the technology development of anti-counterfeit industry and the quality of products.

Asian Business Exhibition & Conferences Ltd. is a major player in the Indian Exhibition & Trade Fairs Industry. Currently, ABECL is the largest private sector organiser in the Indian Exhibition Market with approximately 8% market share.

Asian Professional Security Association was officially founded in Bangkok, Thailand in March 1994 following the sucessful holding of the 1st Asian International Security Conference. APSA - HK Chapter, being the first regional Chapter was officially founded on 9th December 1994. APSA - HK Chapter engages in promoting professional security within the security industry in Hong Kong.

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