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The British Security Industry Association (BSIA) is encouraging industry practitioners and security buyers to register for their free place at its upcoming Connected Products and Cyber Security Seminar.
A free-to-attend, half-day seminar which aims to help security buyers and installers to navigate the complex world of cyber security is being held in Solihull on Thursday 2nd November.
The BSIA has contributed to a guide which aims to help installers of Hold-Up Alarm (HUA) systems to reduce the number of false alarms.
Ahead of a series of industry briefings on the new PD6669 scheme, the British Security Industry Association has put together its five key points of the publication.
The BSIA, FIA and FSA are pleased to be playing a key role in the development of a new Electronic Call Handling Operation (ECHO) project, which aims to deliver a centralised fully automated electronic call handling service to reduce pressure on the emergency services and alarm receiving centres (ARCs) by reducing their call handling times and errors that can occur from manual response handling.
The British Security Industry Association and its American equivalent, the Security Industry Association (SIA), have jointly signed a memorandum of understanding to establish the foundations of a long-term working relationship in anticipation of closer trade links between the two countries following Brexit and the election of President Trump.
The BSIA is pleased to announce the dates of a series of breakfast briefings being held across the UK to provide industry practitioners with information on the new PD6669 scheme.
The British Security Industry Association (BSIA) is delighted to announce the appointment of Peter Jack as the Association’s new Technical Officer.
At the BSIA’s Annual General Meeting on Wednesday 12th July 2017, 23 industry experts were elected to represent the BSIA’s sections of membership.
The BSIA is calling for urgent clarification on the future of the regulatory regime for the private security industry. This comes following news that a security firm is being investigated by the Security Industry Authority for allegedly supplying cloned badges to unlicensed stewards. The company in question is not a BSIA member.
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The BSIA’s magazine, Spectrum, is produced quarterly to update customers on the latest developments within the Association and the security industry. It carries industry news, recent standards developments, perspectives from other industry bodies and topical articles on new technologies as well as news of BSIA awards and events.

Every edition of Spectrum is mailed to 6,000 influencers, decision makers and end-users in the security industry including key representatives and marketing departments of over 550 BSIA members. The publication is also distributed to potential members and displayed at all major BSIA and industry events both in the UK and internationally, including IFSEC International, Intersec Dubai, MIPS Russia, IFSEC Southeast Asia and Security Essen.

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