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Skyguard ‘MySOS’ personal safety alarm

Skyguard will be unveiling a brand new version of its exclusive ‘MySOS’ personal safety alarm at the 2015 Safety and Health Expo, held at London’s Excel between 16th to 18th June. The MySOS which already includes GSM, GPS and Man-down technologies, has been further enhanced by Skyguard with a number of new features in an updated key-fob sized design. Fully certified to BS 8484, the British Standard for

Kingdown School, a co-educational secondary school in Wiltshire, is using stainless steel door handles from the Impressionist range by Alpro.

From a business point of view, one of the biggest advantages of smartphones and tablets is the ability to execute a series of administrative tasks at any time and from any location. Unlike traditional technology, new applications and updates are available every day on our handheld devices, enabling us to carry out complex tasks without having to physically be at the office or in front of a PC.

Ilex International launched in UK, providing complete Identity and Access Management solutions

  • Leading French Identity and Access Management firm brings a suite of award winning, robust IT security products
  • Addresses the challenges associated with increased mobility, cloud based solutions, wearables and Internet of Things
  • Sets ambitious growth targets in UK as part of broader expansion plans - aiming to generate 50 per cent of revenue from outside France within five years

The MANAGEMENT of Vigilance and its sister magazine SCORPION is not surprised in any least way by this now well-worn out monkey tricks of setting public buildings and properties ablaze to cover up grandiose corruption, dating back to the First Republic through the Shehu Aliu Usman's Second Republic when the Nigerian External Telecommunications' 32-story building in a similar circumstance was gutted down by fire with the then President proceeding to India to celebrate that nation's independence anniversary, despite the burning bodies, fractured bones, charred remains of the dead and hundreds of Nigerians trapped in the inferno.

The issue used to be understanding that applications could be vulnerable. Today, you know that attackers can exploit your software to gain wider system access.

That’s largely in part to headline incidents where major vulnerabilities were discovered in common applications. From Code Red to Heartbleed, more and more vulnerabilities are picked up by specialist media. Some of the biggest even manage to hit mainstream press.


CNL Software has entered into a technology partnership with Automatic Sea Vision (ASV). Founded in 2001, ASV develops innovative software solutions designed to automate maritime surveillance using a network of cameras; managing the entire functional chain from the watch to a first non-lethal response.