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Phone forensics on TV

It was a long-running secret that TV viewers have known but police have struggled to piece together. With digital forensic technology, investigators on BBC1 crime drama The Fall seem to have found their man. Cellebrite’s UFED Touch Ultimate is used by police and law enforcers to extract data from mobile phones during criminal investigations, and in the fictional world, in episode 5 of Series 2 that aired last read more

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Games metres

Organisers of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow in summer 2014 handed almost £4m of contracts to the perimeter fence company Zaun to design, make, install and decommission a range of temporary fencing across the Games sites, including Tier One venues. The Games procurers ordered several thousand metres of two of Zaun's main temporary fencing products, hundreds of vehicle and pedestrian gates to suit each system and bespoke above ground and system-mounted CCTV columns incorporated into the fencing lines (pictured: read more

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Commercial manager

Zaun has appointed a new commercial manager with quantity surveying experience to a new role on major bids and contracts. David Honeywell, pictured, comes from a construction background and will help with commercial aspects of major bids, final account negotiations, contract administration and review. He is also charged with tightening up costing models for standard products, getting best value from Zaun's supply chain and ensuring accurate rates are used in estimating. David has over 25 years' experience of read more

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Qatar distributor

After its first attendance at Milipol Qatar, the security exhibition in Qatar last month, UK-based Vemotion has announced an initial partnership with Qatar based security company Alzomar, to distribute Vemotion products in the Qatar region. Stewart McCone, pictured, CEO of Vemotion, said: “This partnership is big news for Vemotion and our attendance at Milipol allowed us to seal the deal. Alzomar has succeeded through introducing the latest technology to its clients, so it was a natural choice for us to work read more

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