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BSIA urges alarm installers to take action on their alarm signalling estates in advance of the UK’s transition to an IP voice-based telephony service

BSIA urges alarm installers to take action on their alarm signalling estates in advance of the UK’s transition to an IP voice-based telephony service

The British Security Industry Association (BSIA) is urging security installers to take swift action on their alarm signalling estates in advance of the transition to an all IP (Internet Protocol) fibre based voice service with migration in some areas taking place as early as this autumn.

BSIA cybersecurity group release new code of practice for installers

BSIA cybersecurity group release new code of practice for installers

The British Security Industry Association’s (BSIA) cybersecurity group have released a new code of practice for installers responsible for safety and security systems.

Outstanding security personnel recognised across the UK by BSIA

Outstanding security personnel recognised across the UK by BSIA

The British Security Industry Association (BSIA) has announced the regional winners of the security personnel categories for the British Security Awards (BSA).

BSIA to run live broadcast to installers and integrators interested in membership

BSIA to run live broadcast to installers and integrators interested in membership

The British Security Industry Association (BSIA) is to run a live broadcast next week encouraging installers and system integrators to consider membership of the Association.

BSIA to call on government to clarify key worker status as concern in the security industry grows 

BSIA to call on government to clarify key worker status as concern in the security industry grows 

The British Security Industry Association (BSIA) is urgently calling on the Government to clarify the status of its members in light of today’s release of the Government’s list of key worker definitions (20 March).

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Apprenticeship levy

With over £1 billion gathering virtual dust in digital apprenticeship levy accounts, Peter Sherry, chief executive of Skills for Security, urges organisations to use their funds creatively.

Guidelines to minimise exposure to digital sabotage published

Guidelines to minimise exposure to digital sabotage published

The BSIA has published a summary of current guidelines to minimise the exposure to digital sabotage of network connected equipment, software and systems used in electronic security.

BSIA launches the 2019 British Security Awards

BSIA launches the 2019 British Security Awards

The British Security Industry Association (BSIA) launches its 2019 celebration of the industry’s finest, the British Security Awards.

Lone worker safety

Keeping a lone worker a happy worker.

First prize

Recognising the outstanding work of the industry.

A new revolution in call handling

The Electronic Call Handling Operation (ECHO) project looks to take up the challenge of integrated call handling.

Data destruction

Seeking professional help in disposing of your data is a wise investment, but what exactly does it mean to be ‘GDPR compliant?

Achieving efficiency through integration

As an important method of securing a site by controlling, monitoring and restricting the movement of people, assets and vehicles, access control systems have long been respected as a vital component of the security suite.

Full stop

Renewed focus on Hostile Vehicle Mitigation following vehicular attacks in London.

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