Well hello there, you. Let’s take a quick look at the security news dominating the schedules etc this week, shall we?
First up is Brian Sims‘ obituary of security industry pioneer Jorgen Philip-Sorenson, who Brian describes as “a security legend”.
Then there’s IMS Research’s claim that ADT will command half of the North American domestic alarm monitoring market following a recent acquisition. Dominant!
A company that Jorgen Philip-Sorenson helped to establish, G4S, has released a report which claims that crime against large retailers is perceived as victimless. What’s all that about, eh?
This week’s Song About Security comes from Jay Sean. If you click on this link you will find not only the video, but an interesting fact as well! That does sound like fun.
You know that security exhibition thing, IFSEC? That’s the one. It’s on again in a few short months. Pre-register your interest and all that sort of thing by going here.
Then relax by watching some grainy live black and white footage of alpacas eating.
Today! Yikes, more stories of newsiness and suchlike. Way to go, I4S. You ARE ready for this jelly!
Why not examine Brian Sims’ latest opinionisation in his SMT Online Editor’s View?
Then check out the way that Romad is helping to protect Domino’s pizza delivery drivers. Conscientous!
A couple of distribution appointments: Mirasys gets into bed with Norbain (figuratively); and Northgate gets Panasonic’s education sector business.
There’s also the ASC with G4S Technology speakers at its Business Club; and ASIS International hosting an Information Assets Protection conference.
This is a cat sitting in a sub-woofer. Bye!
A swan, yesterday (not involved in security industry, sadly)
Well yes indeed – it’s Monday, and there are a whole swag of stories on I4S just hanging around seductively, waiting for you to devour them with your eyes. Or something.
Because there are so darned many, I’m going to go ahead and kinda list ‘em, highlights-style.
– There’s a Salto access system for a blind care home
– A G4S report says crime against large retailers is perceived as ‘victimless’
– Data Protection Act breaches of up to £500,000 to be ratified
– Paxton and Pelco enter integration partnership
– Mobotix and Dalycom help protect school
– Axis begins 2010 with triple product launch
– Swann accepts senior appointment at Chiron (that’s a man whose surname is Swann – if an actual swan had taken on a senior role at a security firm, you better believe I’d be giving it blanket coverage. And by that I don’t mean covering it with a blanket etc.)
– ASIS Foundation publishes CRISP report on burglary prevention
– Chubb sports advanced CCTV at Wright Robinson College
– Magenta wins green award
– Westminster Group contract to supply UK prisons
Exciting, huh? Yes.
Hello there, security newsfolks. It’s time to dish the dirt on the juiciest security news stories of the week, all courtesy of your friendly neighbourhood security newsportal, info4security. Let’s crack on.
First up is IMS Research’s top 10 video surveillance predictions for 2010. Do you agree with their conclusions? Or do you think they’ve gone and got it all wrong? Vent your spleen – or offer words of support – once you’ve read the article.
We’ve also been blessed with two pieces of opinionising from security news dynamo and gentleman editor Brian Sims: there’s his SMT Online Editor’s View, focusing on the SIA’s Annual Report; and his take on the Mylene Klass knife-wielding ballyhoo.
Brian also spoke exclusively to BSIA chairman Stuart Lowden about the appointment of James Kelly as the association’s chief executive.
In other news this week, DVTel has acquired ioimage; a West African edition of IFSEC is set to launch next year; photographers are planning a protest this weekend (thanks to these sorts of incidents); and Honeywell has gone all wireless on us.
And our Song About Security this week comes from Australian rock revivalists Wolfmother, who have big hair. Yikes!
Today on I4S Brian Sims offers his take on the Mylene Klass knife-wielding brouhaha – and gives us the lowdown on a protest set to take place this weekend.
There’s also the news that DVTel has acquired prominent Israeli analytics equipment firm and annoying user of lowercase letters ioimage. Owned.
Bosch has launched a new ‘no nonsense’ DVR; Siemens is providing outsourced CCTV for Bexley; IC2 is protecting Maidstone’s park and ride facilities; and IndigoVision is in action in Jordan (the country).
That’s some magnificent security news for you, right there.