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Today SMT Online editor Brian Sims brings us the story of a sweet new suite of qualifications from G4S and the denizens of academia.
And Security Installer honcho Alan Hyder tells of Vista’s new ‘like for like’ replacement guarantee. This doesn’t mean that if you see something you like, you can just have it. That would be an idiotic policy.
In addition to these scrumptious news dumplings, there’s also a piece on Optex supplying detectors for a metals company; a new IP CCTV range for Genie; and a revamped website for Skills for Security. Interesting.
Don’t forget about IFSEC India 2009. That’s happening soon. You should go to it.
It’s time for Security Installer supremo Alan Hyder’s take on the security issues that matter in his Editor’s View. Today he tackles the shock of non-shocking crime projections, have-a-go heroes, industry marketing, and even finds time to mention Paris Hilton. What’s not to like?
Elsewhere, insurance broker Aon is predicting a possible 20 per cent drop in insurance cover for large cash in transit security firms.
And we’ve got a couple of lovely new Bench Tests up on the site, from Vista and ezCCTV.com.
Don’t forget to check out the Next Generation CCTV conference – it’s bound to be darned interesting. And watch this space for an imminent announcement on the celebrity host for this year’s Security Excellence Awards. Interesting!