Global Port Security Spend Boosted by Port Upgrades and New Terminal Developments

(Frost & Sullivan) With 90 per cent of global trade being carried out by the shipping industry, port security is of paramount importance. As vessel traffic continues to increase, the infrastructure will need to be developed. While a number of ports are in the process of digitising their operations to drive efficiencies and expand capacity, new ports, port upgrades, and new terminal developments will be the major drivers of security spending. Frost & Sullivan’s research, Global Port Security Market, Forecast to 2023, analyses market trends, drivers, restraints and key technologies…

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SIA Launches Code of Conduct

The Secure Identity Alliance, the global identity and secure eServices advisory body, announces the adoption of a Code of Conduct that all the Alliance’s members will voluntarily commit to Developed in consultation with individual members to support best practices and enforce industry standards, the new Code enshrines the commitment of Secure Identity Alliance’s members to transact, engage and operate in a manner that conforms to highest standards of ethics and excellence in the design and implementation of digital ID systems. “As a multi-stakeholder association, the Secure Identity Alliance represents members…

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Apollo Celebrates 40 Years of Manufacturing Excellence

HRH The Duke of Kent visits Apollo Headquarters His Royal Highness, the Duke of Kent recently visited the headquarters of Apollo Fire Detectors in Havant, Hampshire to commemorate 40 years of excellence in UK manufacturing by the company. During his visit, the Duke took a tour of the manufacturing facilities and met some of the engineers and assembly workers who are behind the award-winning and life-saving fire detection technology made by Apollo. The royal visit and Apollo’s longstanding achievement in manufacturing excellence are documented by an official plaque, unveiled by…

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IFSEC International Takes New Industry Role Addressing Critical Global Security Challenges

Security has never been a more critical discussion. 2017 has been a year where organisations and governments became increasingly aware that the manner of threat which they were working to prevent has changed irrevocably. Europe fell victim to a string of unpredictable attacks; Yahoo saw their share value fall by $350 billion over 48 hours after the largest security breach in history was revealed; the NHS found their physical assets left vulnerable after a ransomware attack disrupted their ambulance service; the FBI and Apple went to war on encryption and…

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