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Embracing Fresh Export Markets in 2016

A graduate in Chemistry from University of London, John Davies joined TDSi in 2003 when it was owned by Norbain SD Limited and led the management buyout in February 2005. 
TDSi manufactures electronic access control and integrated security systems and export sales have grown to around 40% of the business.

John is the current Chairman of the BSIA’s Export Council and is also an industry representative on the Security Sector Advisory Group (SSAG) for UKTI DSO. Here, John gives an overview of some of the best areas to look at for fresh export business in 2016. 


14 December 2015/Author: Liam Collins/Number of views (4112)/Comments (0)/
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Faraz Nasir: Aviation Security Review


Faraz Nasir, Risk Analyst at G4S Risk Consulting – a member of the British Security Industry Association’s Specialist Services Section - gives a comprehensive overview of the aviation industry’s current climate and how the recent attacks in Egypt have affected security.

18 November 2015/Author: Matthew Grimley/Number of views (4301)/Comments (0)/
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Simon Adcock: Making your CCTV system work for you

Ahead of the BSIA’s CCTV Seminar and Exhibition, which takes place in Central London on 12th November, Simon Adcock, Managing Director of CCTV specialist ATEC Fire & Security Ltd and Chairman of the BSIA’s CCTV Section, shares an insight into how users can ensure their CCTV system is fit for purpose. 
16 October 2015/Author: Liam Collins/Number of views (4166)/Comments (0)/
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Tom Bowman: A Guide to Body Armour for Security

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Body armour can incorporate a wide range of products, from bullet proof helmets to stab proof vests. Tom Bowman, Communications Director of SafeGuard Armour, explains the vital considerations to make when choosing a solution.


28 September 2015/Author: Amanda Caton/Number of views (5382)/Comments (0)/
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Alan Lingwood: The Importance of Counter Terrorism Awareness

Last week, Prime Minister David Cameron outlined plans to include a new counter-extremism bill in his Queen's Speech, saying the UK has been a "passively tolerant society" for too long. Here, Alan Lingwood (MSyI), Director at Lingwood Security Management Ltd, discusses the importance of choosing a private security provider that has encapsulated Counter Terrorism Awareness as part of their business culture.
22 May 2015/Author: Judith Denny/Number of views (6289)/Comments (0)/
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