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Daitem has introduced several slimline detectors for its wire free alarm system, Espace. In addition to its passive infra-red (PIR) detector for volumetric protection and contact detectors there is now a pet motion detector, a passageway and curtain motion detector, a dual technology motion detector and a smoke detector for the system. The pet motion Read More
The Royal Observatory in Edinburgh, home to the UK Astronomy Technology Centre (UK ATC), has had a security upgrade. In addition to being an establishment of a UK Research Council, the site houses the Edinburgh University astronomy research group and a Visitor Centre running science ‘outreach’ programmes. Add the scientific value of the work, and Read More
Web server attacks and website defacements are up by 36 per cent on last year with almost 400,000 attacks globally in 2004, according to a survey released by Infosecurity Europe and zone-h, a server-side cybercrime observatory. The report found that currently 2500 web servers are successfully hacked each day out of a total population of Read More
To the traditional Oxford college porters has been added University Security Services and a university-wide CCTV system. Much of the commercial and retail centre of Oxford is owned by the university or individual colleges. All colleges have their own CCTV, but none have any monitoring facilities. Instead Oxford University Security Services (OUSS), the university department Read More
Businesses must not be distracted from brand protection efforts in the economic downturn a trade association has urged. According to a recent survey carried out by intellectual property firm Marks & Clerk, as many as 80 per cent of managers are ‘too busy’ to spend more time on brand protection or only get involved once Read More