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Bench Test and Christmas fraud

It’s one of those glorious days where we unveil a new Bench Test – and this time around it’s the Vidilanz Xtern-Cam, a wireless outdoor number. It’s easy to find out more. Simply click this link here and use your eyes, brain, and literacy powers to read about things. Ace!

We’ve also got some information about how to make your Christmas fun ID fraud-free. It’s like giving yourself the gift of not worrying about someone stealing your identity. (Note: If someone steals your identity, and then you meet them, you are obliged to take on their identity, live in their house, feed their kids, etc. That is my understanding, anyway.)

Also happening today: an integrated solution from Reliance for a Civic Centre; an award for training for a new recruitment firm; some nuclear security excitement; and the formal merger of Axis Security and Temple Security. A delightful twosome.

www.info4security.com, www.ifsec.co.uk

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Forest concerts, chairmen and mergers

It’s festival season. Well, not really. But you’d be forgiven for thinking so if you looked at I4S today (please look at I4S today). On there is a picture of people watching an outdoor musical concert in the rain. That’s summertime fun right there! The story is about AP Security. And forests.

There’s also a piece on Mike Bluestone, who has just been elected the new chairman of the UK’s Security Institute. It’s informative stuff!

Security company merger news: Axis Security and Temple Security have merged their guarding operations.

Elsewhere, there’s a neighbourhood acquisition, with some imposing looking chaps; Axis Communications takes us behind the scenes at IFSEC – like a magician revealing his tricks, only infinitely more exciting; and India gets tough on maritime security. Hit the deck.

Something you’re possibly completely unaware of, due to the fact that I have neglected to mention it so often, is the IFSEC Conference 2009. This superlative conference is truly the apex of all things security discussiony. If you’re not there, well – in some ways you’d have to question the validity of your own existence. Yes!

I’ll ask again politely: please, please visit www.info4security.com. And www.ifsec.co.uk.

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