Industry group the HDcctv Alliance has ratified version 1.0 of its standard, allowing manufacturers to make compatible equipment. Up the coax!
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The Security Industry Authority is set to introduce new qualifications that it will link to licensing. These will happen next year. Have a read to find out more…
In addition to all of this chunky, delicious content, we’ve got tasty morsels on a Corps Security contract; some unlicensed door staff, one of whom ran away from investigators; acronym heaven in PCI DSS; and the UN’s new online training course to fight terrorism.
That’s yer lot!
If taxicams aren’t your thing, perhaps you’re one of those futuristic types with an interest in holograms. You’re in luck if so – we have a story that is about them! It is also about sports merchandise.
Also of great importance are Brian’s reports on the imminent UK elections, what with the party conferences taking place and that: here’s the business promises of the various parties; and a look at the Tories’ security plans. It’s big news.
First up, the Security Industry Authority has been reported on. Find out what the reporters had to say about ’em. Here is where the story is. Click it!
Everybody likes some video analytics. Do security officers? Perhaps! Geoff Thiel tells us about this.
BT Redcare called off their big 21CN switchover recently. Now they’re talking to customers and other folks at a series of events. Details? Oh, certainly.
Guten tag! It’s Monday, so it must be time for a story about Security Industry Authority licensing consultations. Should there be one card to cover all licences? What do you think, buddy?
Top notch security news excitement galore today. As you’d expect. Absolutely!
First up is venerable SMT Online editor Brian Sims, who reports on the Approved Contractor Scheme developments at last week’s SIA Stakeholder Conference, in his SMT Online Editor’s View. Topical and delicious.
Brian has also provided us with an exclusive interview with Mike Bluestone, new chairman of the Security Institute. The interview took place at IFSEC 2009 – check out the rest of our coverage in our IFSEC News section.
We’ve gone Bench Test-tastic! This month it’s the turn of JVC’s VN-X35U day/night IP megapixel camera. How does it fare? You know you’ve gotta click on this very link to find out. It’s true!
What up? www.info4security.com, www.ifsec.co.uk.
And there are a couple of pieces from the Security Industry Authority’s Stakeholder conference: Dr Adam White on the journey to regulation, and SMT Online editor Brian Sims on the social side of the event.