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Simon Adcock: Influencing the future of CCTV standards

simon-adcock-bsia-cctvSimon Adcock, Chairman of the BSIA’s CCTV section, discusses how technological innovation within the CCTV sector is driving the need for development in legislation, regulation and standards. Influencing change in these arenas to the benefit of industry practitioners is a key function of the British Security Industry Association, and there’s never been a better time to get involved.
01 September 2014/Author: SuperUser Account/Number of views (3298)/Comments (0)/
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Richard Moore: Skills for Security lands in India

richard-moore-skills-for-security-indiaRichard Moore, Commercial Director of Skills for Security (SfS) - the skills body for the private security sector - compares the private security sector in the UK and India in light of a recent trip to New Delhi where he took part in a Security Skills and education conclave.
01 August 2014/Author: SuperUser Account/Number of views (3329)/Comments (0)/
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James Kelly: Reflecting on a successful year

james-kelly-bsia-chief-executiveThis month saw the BSIA host its Annual Lunch and AGM, providing Association members with a valuable opportunity to gather together and celebrate the successes of the past 12 months, otherwise known as a ‘committee year’.
16 July 2014/Author: SuperUser Account/Number of views (3248)/Comments (0)/
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James Kelly: Looking ahead to IFSEC 2014

james-kelly-bsia-chief-executiveWith IFSEC International fast approaching, the British Security Industry Association has revealed its activity plan for this year's exhibition and conference, which makes its London debut on 17th – 19th June. 
01 May 2014/Author: SuperUser Account/Number of views (3272)/Comments (0)/
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Mike Sussman: 5 Access Control Technologies to watch in 2014

mike-sussman-access-control-bsiaLast year saw a big rise in integrated systems in the security sector and 2014 looks set to follow this pattern with a number of technologies and trends coming to the fore. With integration of different security, IT and building services coming together, Mike Sussman, Chairman of the Access Control section for the British Security Industry Association, discusses how 2014 looks set to be a year of evolution rather than revolution.
02 April 2014/Author: SuperUser Account/Number of views (2921)/Comments (0)/
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