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Biometrics over 3G, and charitable action

And good day to you, sir. (Or madam. We certainly don’t mind!) Welcome to the info4security Daily Digest. It’s a pleasure to have you on board.

First things first: if you’re a CCTV end user, I’d be ever so grateful if you would take part in our CCTV End User Survey, in conjunction with CCTV In Focus. Not only will you be providing valuable information, you’ll also be in the running to win £200 worth of Marks and Spencer vouchers. Bargain!

In other news, today we bring you the heartwarming tale of the biometric access system controlled by VPN over a 3G network. It’s what dreams are made of!

There’s also the news of Securitas extending its ACS accreditation to cover Northern Ireland. It’s a first!

In worthwhile and benevolent news, the Bobby Moore Fund is the official charity for the 2009 Security Excellence Awards; and Annora, delightful lady wife of SMT Online editor Brian Sims, has completed the Race For Life for Cancer Research UK. Nice work!

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