Case Studies

Eternal vigilance

Eternal vigilance

Edesix body worn cameras form integral part of Motorola solutions’ ecosystem of mission-technologies

7 problems your access control software could fix right now

7 problems your access control software could fix right now

It is your access control software which knits a system together.

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Don't let your guard down

Security Services at the heart of safeguarding students, business continuity and risk management

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Powerful protection

G4S’s Enhanced Security Officers

Access granted

Access granted

Bosch Building Technologies makes access management simple, scalable and always available with Access Management System 2.0

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Biometric journey

The transformative role of biometrics in our airports.

A Game changer

Paxton launches ground-breaking access control and video management system.

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Reducing the risk

How to minimise the exposure to digital sabotage of network connected equipment, software and systems used in electronic security systems

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Designed to succeed

James Gray, Projects Manager at Videx UK, a leading manufacturer and supplier of audio and video door entry intercoms and access control systems in the UK, explains why Secured by Design (SBD) accredited systems play an important role in improving security.

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GDPR: One year on

It’s a compliance mess by Andrew Crowne-Spencer MIET

Cloud-based Access Control

Cloud-based Access Control

Improving Security in More Ways Than One

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Fair play

Why the security industry needs women, by women.

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The future of access control

Ensuring the safety and security of students and staff is an important and often complicated issue.

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Saving face

Facial Recognition as a Security Tool by Robert Watts, Vice President of Facial Recognition, Digital Barriers

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