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Access control options? Wireless doesn't tie you down

Access control options? Wireless doesn't tie you down

As one recent market report highlights*, more and more organizations are switching to wireless access control to secure premises.

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The Global Rise of Knife Crime – Why?

The rise of knife crime is now an international issue and reports of stabbings in the news increases fear and worry in communities.

Hanwha Techwin leading the way with Deep Learning  video solutions

Hanwha Techwin leading the way with Deep Learning  video solutions

Bob (H.Y.) Hwang Ph.D., Managing Director of Hanwha Techwin Europe, explains  how the company’s product strategy is being honed to reflect changing market requirements.

Biometric payments – forget sensor size, focus on performance

Biometric payments – forget sensor size, focus on performance

Biometric authentication has come a long way in recent years. Launched in the first Android smartphone almost five years ago, fingerprint touch sensors have quickly overtaken PIN as consumers’ preferred authentication method.

ABLOY Pulse self-powered locks show electronic security has a sustainable future

ABLOY Pulse self-powered locks show electronic security has a sustainable future

A century after the ABLOY brand invented disc detainer technology, the company is still reimagining the future of security.

In France, SMARTair® access control plays a key role in school safety planning

In France, SMARTair® access control plays a key role in school safety planning

The school gate is more than just a physical barrier. The moment a child passes through, the school assumes their duty of care.

Switch to intelligent, electronic locking — without throwing away the keys

Switch to intelligent, electronic locking — without throwing away the keys

You can work smarter and more sustainably when electronic locks and keys power your security.

Can a single, integrated locking system protect banking halls, ATMs and cash in transit?

Can a single, integrated locking system protect banking halls, ATMs and cash in transit?

It is hard to think of somewhere with more critical security needs than a bank. While cyber-security grabs the headlines, in the day-to-day business of banking, physical security of people and assets is paramount.

The success of Wireless Access Control

Following publication of “The Wireless Access Control Report 2018”, we hear from leading security professionals in a range of industries about how they see the market, and the future, for wireless access control.

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.

The Challenges with security in university accommodation

By Jane Farrell, FM Development Manager, Sodexo and Chairman International Professional Security association (IPSA)

Recognising the contribution of contract security

Following on from recent terror attacks in the UK, there has been a lot of support for an increase in numbers of police officers.

Debunking Cyber Security

Over the last few years companies have started to realise that cyber security is a loss prevention issue, and whilst it is a board level issue, it is frequently delegated to the security manager for day to day responsibility.

Hot potato

This article is an opinion piece by Justin Bentley, Chief Executive Officer of the International Professional Security Association.

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