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Boss of the SIA Executive Bill Butler welcomes the key findings of the recently published IFSEC Global.com and Optima Group 2014 Security Training and The Security Industry Authority (SIA) Survey. The survey provides valuable insight on the views of security professionals, and their thoughts on the SIA's licensing regime and security training.


Although the earthshaking event has come and gone, but it will be interesting to know who kept darkness at bay whilst it lasted...Panasonic, of course! The AV CENTRE and company provided a superb visual experience for the crowd at The Eurovision Song Contest.

Munich: Smart Payment Association (SPA) has announcesdthat Trüb AG, the Swiss-based identity documents and smart card provider has joined the organization as an executive member.

Frankfurt/London: Leading security vendor SecurEnvoy has increased its sales in the Australia/New Zealand (ANZ) distribution region by 40%. This growth has led to the company's first Australian based staff to better serve customers and channel partners. The 'bring your own device' (BYOD) trend is a major driver of the high demand for mobile security solutions. Companies have considerable interest in safeguarding the remote access methods used by their employees.

The Security Industry Authority is raising awareness of a recruitment scam targeting security professionals, Vigilance can report.

Boston Networks bridge the gap for University of Strathclyde's Security System

Utilising Pelco by Schneider Electric’s IP security technology, Boston Networks has delivered a fully comprehensive security system, comprising over 200 cameras, for the University of Strathclyde’s campus in Glasgow, Scotland.

Wicklander-Zulawski (WZ), the US-based premier consulting and training company, has announced its Director of Webinar Training and WZ Europe and International Training, Chris Norris CFI, is moving to the UK on a year’s secondment to raise the profile of the brand’s unique investigative interview techniques across Europe.

The new office will be part-supported by Invest Northern Ireland and will be dedicated to client support, account management, engineering and marketing.

London: A campaign launched at Westminster last night by the Employee Relations Institute asks UK employers to commit to implementing key workplace standards laid out by the Institute: