Get a breach defence system, or get denial plans ready, is the advice from one IT security product firm ahead of the GDPR (general data protection regulation), that replaces the UK Data Protection Act 1998 in May 2018, as part of an European Union-wide (regardless of Brexit) update of data privacy law.
Andy Norton, director of threat intelligence at Lastline said: “GDPR sets out a legal requirement for the gathering, read more
About 2,000 people go missing in Surrey each year. Although the county is near London, the area is made up of nearly 80 per cent of rural land. Hence the Surrey Search & Rescue (SurSAR) service need to be equipped to respond when a person goes missing. A range of key safes are ensuring unrestricted access to equipment at any time of the day.
Séamus Kearns, head of operations for SurSAR, said: “Our team is one of the read more
The Xtralis VESDA-E VEA addressable aspirating smoke detector (ASD) is now EN54-20 approved, for European markets, reports parent company Honeywell. The makers say that the detectors potentially lower the total cost of ownership by up to 60 per cent when compared to traditional detection techniques.
VEA actively and continuously draws air samples from the environment to a central detector. It uses microbore tubes from read more
To mark the launch of its new website, the designer, supplier and installer of integrated security systems, The Bloomfield Group, is offering free security surveys. Richard Bissett, Managing Director, says: “It’s a great opportunity for businesses, hospitals, schools and colleges to review their security measures. At a time when there is heightened awareness of security issues and the safety of people and property, we can read more