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Further call to make security officers ‘critical sector’ workers

Further private security industry figures are calling on UK Government to state that security officers are 'critical sector' workers during the coronavirus outbreak. The BSIA yesterday urged the Government to clarify the status of private security for its members, for instance carrying out cash in transit work. More on the BSIA website.Also David Ward, Chair of the City Security Council, pictured, said that the body read more

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Nightingale Hospital readied

The NHS Nightingale Hospital at ExCeL London, one of the world's largest critical care units for treating patients with coronavirus, will be able to hold as many as 4,000 patients across 80 wards, as the first of several such facilities planned across the UK.A few weeks ago, ExCeL was due to host the annual IFSEC security exhibition next month; since put back to September. When Prince Charles opened the facility read more

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Budget spend on architectural ironmongery

Some types of buildings can incur up to 19 per cent of their maintenance budget on architectural ironmongery, despite the average spend on this being between one and two percent of the value of a new-build. That is according to research from the Guild of Architectural Ironmongers (GAI). The Guild has analysed what proportion of a project’s overall cost and maintenance is attributed to door hardware such as handles, read more

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VPN can prevent a man-in-the-middle attack

A virtual private network (VPN) runs interference for internet users who want to:• protect their online privacy through location masking • bypass geo-blocking and internet censorship by routing their connection to other “fake” locations • bolster their overall internet security posture with defences against man-in-the-middle (MITM) attacks, for example.Learn more about the details of VPN and its capabilities, on read more