It’s Monday, and what better way to mark the occasion than with some CCTV footage of idiots smashing an Audi into a shop. Classy guys!
Then there’s Romeo Richards, who lends us his opinions for a piece called ‘How to Sell Security‘. He’s firmly in favour of seeking additional ROI for the customer, rather than worrying about achieving further accreditations. Interesting.
We’ve also got our South African pal, Andrew Seldon, back to tell us about the latest security goings-on in his neck of the words. Luckily for us, he has compiled these into a compact article-type pagelet. It’s here, usefully.
There’s also the Co-operative in a search to reduce retail crime, competition-style; a Royal Marines contract for Corps Security; and a focus on hinges! That’s ‘hinges‘.
All human life is here. Enjoy.
We welcome a new face to the info4security family today, in the form of Andrew Seldon, editor of South Africa’s Hi-Tech Security Solutions magazine. Andrew will be providing us with regular updates on security news in the south of the African continent. Here’s his first instalment.
We’ve also got the National Security Inspectorate’s reaction to the £5m grant fund for UK small retailers to improve security. In a nutshell? Cautious!
Everyone likes the environment, apart from evil criminals. TSS has helped to nab some of these lowlife scumbags. Useful.
And an armed criminal (as opposed to an amputee criminal, perhaps) has been convicted with help from Identicom and G4S ARC. Bad criminal.
We’ve also got Secured by Design accreditation for CCTV in Focus; an acquisition for CFS; and some security excitement in Oman. Oh man.