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The importance of having established GDPR-compliant policies

Andrew Cowling, Channel Marketing Specialist at Fujitsu Scanners imparts his expertise on why it is important to consider digital processes to help towards GDPR-compliance and the wider digital transformation benefits Last month saw the introduction of the GDPR and brings harmonisation across the EU regards data privacy. This is no...
Vehicle Attacks

Security needs to be improved to protect against all vehicle attacks

Gavin Hepburn, Director at ATG Access argues that security needs to be improved to protect against all vehicle attacks – intentional or otherwise, in this opinion article
terror attacks

A new security standard for criminal vehicle impacts

Roger Knight, Marshalls’ Head of New Product Development and Engineering for Landscape Protection, explains what the new PAS 170 security standard will provide and the benefits it will bring for businesses and government organisations in terms of criminal vehicle impacts
body cameras

Digital monitoring and body cameras key to deterring rise in attacks on parking wardens

Local authorities across the UK have been urged to ensure the safety of parking wardens and other members of staff classed as lone workers by adopting systems that can both prevent and record cases of abuse by the public
Anti-Counterfeiting

Seal Network and The European Commission to build Blockchain Anti-Counterfeiting Network

The European Commission selected Seal Network, a company that fights counterfeiting using blockchain technology, to create the next level of anti-counterfeiting infrastructure at the Blockathon event in Brussels
border control

Bolstering border control in the age of machine learning

Ray Batt, Director, Border Security Program, Global Public Sector at Unisys provides an expert perspective on bolstering border control in the age of machine learning
public security

Brits call for more public security ahead of Royal Wedding

Over half of British residents want to see tougher public security put in place ahead of major outdoor summer events, such as the Royal Wedding, according to new research
PAS 170

A new security standard to protect people and places

Jaz Vilkhu, Marshalls’ Managing Director of Landscape Protection, argues that the new PAS 170 standard will offer organisations an assured product to secure against criminal threats and accidental impacts for the very first time
Businesses

Technology: Why businesses today need to be ready for anything

Daren Howell from Sungard Availability Services explains why businesses today need to be ready for anything when it comes to using reliable technology
Fujitsu PFU

Shaping tomorrow with you: How local government can benefit from document management technology

Andrew Cowling at Fujitsu Scanners explains how local government can benefit from document management technology, as well as his thoughts on GDPR-compliance.
cyber

Financial institutions need to prepare against cyber attacks

Nick Hammond comments on the cyber readiness of major bank's infrastructure in response to the Hiscox Cyber Readiness Report The need for financial institutions to be prepared against cyber attacks is doubly pressing this year, following a raft of new regulations. These have shifted the mandate from one of the...
blockchain in security

Six use cases for blockchain in security

Blockchain has the potential to improve encryption and authentication as these six use cases for blockchain in security demonstrate It has become something of a priority for industry leaders, especially in financial services, energy and manufacturing. Authenticating Bitcoin payments has perhaps become the most cited use case, but this technology...
Protective security advice

Protective security advice for the UK’s national infrastructure

The Centre for the Protection of National Infrastructure (CPNI), the UK government authority for protective security advice to the UK’s national infrastructure, is placed under the spotlight by Open Access Government The Centre for the Protection of National Infrastructure, (CPNI), is the government authority for protective security advice for the...
cryptocurrency regulations

France introduces strict cryptocurrency regulations to fight tax evasion

French finance minister, Bruno Le Maire wants a new legal framework for cryptocurrency regulations to overcome tax evasion and terrorist funding The finance minister has ordered France's central bank chief to design the new regulations framework cautioning against 'risk of speculation and possible financial manipulation' associated with cryptocurrencies. Cryptocurrency sceptics have...
gm story

Learning from the past: technologies from GM to big data

Katherine Mathieson, Chief Executive of the British Science Association explores what we can learn from the GM story when introducing new technologies How do we get the public on board with big data? Technologies that have the power to improve our society can be rejected, because of the fears that...
squatters

Legal squatting solutions for property owners and landlords

Simon Broadbent, CEO of Secure Empty Property, advises how property owners or landlords can legally remove squatters from their commercial properties When the law that made squatting in residential properties a criminal offence was put into effect back in 2012, commercial properties have been put exponentially at risk. Now, while residential...
armed police

Brits call for more armed police at Christmas markets

A third of the British public want to see more armed police at Christmas markets in light of recent terror events, according to new research 36% of Brits are calling for more armed officers to patrol public events, such as Christmas markets, and 57% would like to see more security...
cryptocurrency malware

Booming bitcoin value leads to rise in cryptocurrency malware

The incredible rise of Bitcoin, which recently broke the $10,000 barrier, has been met with a rise in cryptocurrency malware and other cybercrime
security union

Searching for the silver bullet: towards a more effective Security Union

European Commissioner for the Security Union, Julian King underlines the role of the EU and national governments in keeping citizens safe
combat vehicles

Changes in the combat vehicles market

We spoke to Alix Leboulanger and Samuel O'Toole at Frost & Sullivan to get their insights into the current state of the combat vehicles market

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