Universities push traditional access control to its limits. The more you ask of it, the tougher it gets.
A leading British manufacturer of anti-terrorist security bollards has secured a multi-million pound deal to help protect key sites in Germany and Europe from potential vehicle attacks.
US and Israel-based cybersecurity company Sepio Systems, has raised a $6.5 million in Series A funding
STANLEY Security, one of the UK’s leading security providers, has completed a major CCTV installation for Bridgnorth Aluminium Limited, the UK's only manufacturer of aluminium flat rolled products.
CSM has dramatically improved visibility and control over its security operations with the adoption of employee scheduling and workforce management software SmartTask.
Paxton’s Net2Entry system has received a coveted police accreditation, confirming it meets the highest standards for security and design.
The CLIQ® Go key-operated wireless access control system is built to make security easier for small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs).
Kestrel Guards, a SIA-approved security solutions specialist, has gained added visibility and control over its operation using employee scheduling and mobile workforce management software SmartTask.
As in every health facility, security for the Haute Savoie region’s new hospital presented a complex challenge.
SMARTair® Wireless Online access management has proven a simple, school-wide electronic solution for greater control and security at Westbridge.
Facit Identity Cloak CCTV redaction software is a solution when councils block live access.
People and vehicle access control specialist Nortech is now offering Nedap’s ANPR Lumo, an advanced licence plate camera for vehicle access control.
Videx, a leading manufacturer and supplier in access control and door entry systems, has improved its standalone offline Mifare proximity access solution, MiAccess, by introducing a new handle to compliment the current range of readers.
Building security for the commercial residential property marketplace is rapidly changing with the convergence of technology according to Julian Synett, CEO of Interphone Limited.