Surveillance & Security News for September 2019

ASSA ABLOY secures Centre Hospitalier Métropole Savoie with its Aperio locking technology

As in every health facility, security for the Haute Savoie region’s new hospital presented a complex challenge. Access control required multiple checkpoints and access rights tailored to individual staff and contractors. Real-time control, enabling managers to respond proactively including by opening and closing doors remotely, was another essential. To meet their security challenges, managers selected Aperio® locking technology integrated online with an ARD access management system....

Deal/no deal uncertainty: Impact of Brexit on the security marketplace

As the deal/no deal prospects of Brexit are tossed in a whirlwind of UK and EU politics, the uncertainty of the back-and-forth has broadly impacted general economic trends, and by extension, the physical security market. The new deadline for a Brexit agreement is October 31, already postponed six months from the scheduled April 12 departure date. Numbers show that Britain’s GDP shrank in the second quarter, possibly reflecting fewer exports because of Brexit uncertainty. And beyond the cu...

Interlogix plans to dismantle its businesses in the United States and Canada by the end of the year

Interlogix, a division of UTC Climate, Controls & Security, announces a plan to dismantle its businesses in the United States and Canada by the end of the year. Here is a statement from the company: “After a thorough portfolio review of our security business, we have communicated our plans to wind down our Interlogix U.S. and Canada businesses. This decision will allow us to focus on the significant growth opportunities for our other fire and security businesses, including LenelS2.&rd...

National Security Inspectorate sponsors the 2019 Women in Security Awards

National Security Inspectorate (NSI), the UK’s third party certification body for the security and fire safety sectors, was a proud sponsor of the 2019 Women in Security Awards which took place on 12 September, recognising the significant contribution and achievements of women within the wider world of security. Organised by Professional Security Magazine and Patron, Una Riley, almost 250 security professionals gathered aboard the Dixie Queen riverboat on the River Thames to celebrate and...

Panomera W series cameras from Dallmeier offers enhanced monitoring capability

When capturing large spatial contexts with video technology, users still have to make many compromises. The 180- and 360-degree versions of the Panomera W series from Dallmeier have taken up the cause of overcoming these challenges and providing customers with the ability to monitor their indoor and outdoor premises most effectively for minimal outlay in terms of personnel and costs. The task of providing surveillance for large outdoor expanses and indoor areas successfully yet efficiently in t...

BriefCam announces starter kit program to meet the market demand for video content analytics

BriefCam, the provider of VIDEO SYNOPSIS® and video content analytics solutions, announces the availability of the BriefCam Starter Kit Program. The tightly coupled appliance-based solutions, enable low-touch deployments in less than five minutes as a result of a pre-configured and a certified hardware appliance, seamless integration with the deployed VMS software, powerful and intuitive user interface and administration tools, and full access to BriefCam’s cloud-based learning manage...

RiverSafe announces expansion plan with offices located in Canary Wharf

RiverSafe, globally renowned cyber security and analytics consulting company is celebrating a move to brand new purpose built offices in Canary Wharf to accommodate its rapidly expanding team. RiverSafe offers a range of services and capabilities that help customers understand and respond to security threats across their digital enterprise. The move provides RiverSafe with larger office space to accommodate the firm’ growing team. Based in Canary Wharf, the new offices are more strategica...

Highfield to deliver end-point assessment (EPA) for security apprenticeship

Highfield Qualifications has been approved to deliver end-point assessment (EPA) for the Security First Line Manager apprenticeship standard. It brings the total number of standards the organisation is approved to deliver EPA for to 34, with 3 standards in the Protective Services suite. Delivering apprenticeship assessments under its Highfield Assessment brand, the organisation is promising employers a full range of assessment services, support and advice to help them make the most of their app...

Genetec’s UK headquarters to incorporate an expanded state-of-the-art training facility

Genetec Inc., a technology provider of unified security, public safety, operations, and business intelligence solutions, announced that it will unveil new headquarters in the City of London, in the autumn of 2019. The announcement follows a period of accelerated growth for Genetec in the United Kingdom, with a significant and sustained increase in EMEA revenues over the last five years. Some of the company’s flagship customers in the UK include the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead,...

VIVOTEK launches three panoramic and multi-sensor cameras to enhance operational efficiency

Building on the product campaign of ‘See More in Smarter Ways’, VIVOTEK, the IP surveillance solution provider, launches 3 new panoramic and multi-sensor cameras, the CC9381-HV, MS9321-EHV, and MA9322-EHTV. These three cameras feature H.265 plus VIVOTEK’s Smart Stream III video compression technology, WDR Pro, outdoor-certificated housing, and they are all safeguarded by Trend Micro IoT Security. Each is specially designed for versatile applications with different numbers of s...

Cyber Security Connect UK says UK companies not prepared to tackle cyber-attack incidents

UK businesses remain underprepared for cyber incidents says Cyber Security Connect UK, global conference and industry forum for CISOs. According to the government’s Cyber Breaches Survey 2019, 32% of businesses that experienced an attack in the past 12 months needed new measures to prevent further attacks and only 31% of businesses surveyed had carried out a cyber-risk assessment in the past 12 months. With the risk of cyber-attacks heightened and the cost of cyber incidents rising, the s...

dormakaba supports National Fire Door Safety Week 2019 to spread fire door safety awareness

Manufacturer of security and access solutions dormakaba is pledging its support to National Fire Door Safety Week 2019, to raise awareness around fire door safety and robust specification. Launched in 2013 in response to a legacy of fire door neglect, Fire Door Safety Week is a mass awareness campaign designed to increase public understanding of the role that fire doors play in protecting life and property. Showing signs of wear and tear Aligned with British Woodworking Federation, dormakaba...

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