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Opting in to the opt-out

Bouncing into view, arms laden with succulent security news melons – it can only be the I4S Daily Digest, disguised as some sort of buxom farm girl.

Today we’ve got a story on the UK retaining its ‘opt-out’ status on the EU Working Time Directive – a stance that SMT Online editor Brian Sims had previously argued may not be good for standards in the security industry.

Our Access Control Doctor, Adam Stroud from Paxton Access, is in – and he’s talking about access tokens. How groovy!

SMT Online is also backing the National Pubwatch ‘Court Not Caution’ campaign which is seeking to provide security for UK pub staff.

And Skills for Security has approved the revised National Occupational Standards for the electronic security systems sector. Good.

Make sure you sign up for the I4S Webinar. And the IFSEC Conference 2009. And enter the Security Excellence Awards. You will enjoy each and every one of them. That is my solemn promise to you.

Oi! Sorry. I meant: www.info4security.com, and www.ifsec.co.uk

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