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The agency will deploy the full suite of Qognify security solutions to enhance passenger safety and security, operational efficiency, and business continuity

Qognify, formerly NICE Security has announced that one of the world’s largest transit agencies is now more secure than ever after expanding its investment in Qognify security solutions. With that investment, the agency adds Suspect Search and mobility solutions to better detect, manage, and analyse incidents, amplifying its use of Situator, NiceVision, and Qognify intrusion detection. Using the full suite of Qognify security solutions, the agency will be able to ensure the highest levels of operational efficiency, business continuity, and passenger safety and security.

IDF Aluminium has installed transom closers, hook locks and armoured keeps from Alpro at a new-build Asda store in Wealdstone, north London. The supermarket opened in the summer and is a 9,000-sq-ft site with ‘click and collect’ for the company’s clothing range, a bakery and rotisserie.

Safety campaigners are calling for checks to be carried out on powered gates to ensure they are safe. This follows a court hearing on Tuesday (November 17) when a gate company admitted killing a six-year-old girl who was crushed to death by electric automated gates.

London, UK:  Unisys Corporation has been recognised by two respected analyst firms – NelsonHall and HfS Research as a leading global provider of managed security services.

SAN JOSE, CALIF.:  Pulse Secure has announced the launch of its Education Center. Developed to foster a continuous learning ecosystem, the Education Center is an online learning platform providing both customers and partners with a variety of training resources.

President Obama, speaking from Turkey Monday claimed: "What's been interesting is, in the aftermath of Paris, as listened to those who suggest something-else-needs-to-be-done, typically, the things they suggest-need-to-be-done are things we're already doing. The one exception is there have been a few who suggested we put large numbers of U.S. troops on the ground." [Video at 3:15.] But these analysts point to continuing Western interventions and support for Saudi Arabia as major problems in destabilizing the region and being among the root causes of the spiral of violence:

Sir Winston Churchill’s 7.65 mm Webley & Scott pistol, part of his gun collection, is estimated to sell for £2,000 to £3,000 at Bonhams next Sporting Guns Sale on 2nd December in Knightsbridge.

This pistol was one of a number of firearms owned by Churchill while serving as Prime Minister during the war.

Patrick Hawes, Head of Sporting Guns Department at Bonhams says: “This weapon is a remarkable link to Churchill’s war years.”

It is believed that there were some 20 failed attempts to assassinate Churchill during the war, including a bizarre exploding chocolate bar.

One of the alleged attempts against his life is known as ‘Operation Long Jump’ (Unternehmen Weitsprung). This was a plan to simultaneously assassinate Joseph Stalin, Franklin Roosevelt and Churchill at the 1943 Teheran Conference during World War 2. The operation to kill the ‘big three’ was led by the SS. The plot was uncovered by the Soviets and the mission was never launched.