Michelle Bailey, the Managing Director of South Yorkshire-based Active Response Security, featured in our September 2016 print issue and was among the finalists in this year’s Women in Security (WiS) awards, presented during the Security Institute's dinner after their annual conference (more in the November 2016 print issue of the magazine). Here, Michelle, pictured, writes of her ambition to see more women enter the read more
Home Secretary Amber Rudd is offering £11m to a 'Modern Slavery Innovation Fund'. The Home Office has set it up to tackle the crime in high-risk countries from which victims are trafficked to the UK. She was speaking at the Santa Marta Conference in the Vatican, which brings together law enforcement, representatives from the Roman Catholic Church and civil society groups towards a global response to modern slavery and read more
IP CCTV systems transmit vast amounts of video data over networks. Video data is continually transmitted between the IP cameras, processing servers and storage devices. It includes live viewing, reviewing and recording, as well as data used for network system communications. As the camera count in a system increases, so too does the amount of data being transmitted, creating network bandwidth bottlenecks. This has an read more
Sponsored by security industry public relations and marketing company Graeme Powell Marketing (GPM), and raising funds for Hearing Dogs for Deaf People charity, over 90 cars turned out last Sunday for the 2016 Ilkley Rally and Run, organised by Lessian Motors of Ilkley.
On the day, participants drove their vintage, classic, and performance cars over 100 miles of the Yorkshire Dales’ most picturesque and challenging read more