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CCTV operator training – and more!

Security news: go! That’s right. It’s Monday, and we’re filled to the brim with security newsy goodness.

One of the most searched for topics on info4security.com is CCTV training. Now compliance watchdog Camera Watch says “fears over the wrong use of CCTV could be allayed by proper operator training“. SMT Online editor Brian Sims brings us the juicy details.

We also have a picture of a cathedral. It’s pretty nice looking. Find out why the picture of a cathedral is on I4S by clicking this link to the story. Go on. It’s free.

In addition to these already amazing security newsicles, we’ve got a plea to step up security in these recessionary times; a Leipzig library installation; the static nature of corporate security pay; and a query – does remote monitoring spell the death of low-end analogue CCTV?

And you should really get yourself along to the IFSEC Conference 2009. It will be interesting and informative. And it will prepare you for the future.

As Winston Churchill always said: “Please visit www.info4security.com and www.ifsec.co.uk. Homies.”

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