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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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Extend your reach

How easily can wireless locks extend the reach of your access control?

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Expanding the chain

Biometrics is the key to unifying technology and forming a chain of trust by David Orme, Senior Vice President at IDEX Biometrics.

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Where is the future at?

We ask the experts on Access Control, CCTV and Integrated Security Systems.

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Let the show begin

Everything You Need to Know About Festival Security.

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Everything you need to know By Tim Raynor, Video Surveillance Product Manager at ADT.

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Video surveillance at Plus City

Video technology solutions from Dallmeier help ensure an undisturbed shopping and leisure experience at Plus City in Pasching near Linz.

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See the light

Hitachi Social Innovation Forum 2018 - Empowering with data.

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Clear-sighted security

Fans, visitors and employees at das Stadtwerk.Donau-Arena trust video technology from Regensburg.

Can phones challenge the resilient plastic card?

Can phones challenge the resilient plastic card?

Mobile access control will increasingly keep pace with modern mobile working, says Thomas Schulz, Director Marketing and Communications, Digital and Access Solutions at ASSA ABLOY EMEA.

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Video data security

Today, more and more video security cameras are increasingly connected to the internet and transitioning into intelligent sensors that collect significantly more data than video security images alone.

Sensor intelligence

In Security visited the UK offices of Hitachi to learn how one of their most innovative products is making society safer, more efficient and crime-free.

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