The man who carried out the terrorism related murder of three men and the attempted murder of three others, in a horrific two-minute rampage last summer will have to spend the rest of his life in prison. On 20 June last year, Khairi Saadallah stabbed James Furlong, Joseph Ritchie-Bennett, Dr David Wails and Stephen Young in a brutal attack as they sat with their friends in Forbury Gardens in Reading.
The 6 technology trends affecting the security sector in 2021 by Johan Paulsson, CTO at Axis Communications It’s useful when looking forward to first look backward: hindsight has a wonderful way of providing context for future-gazing activity. And when looking back over the past year, one insight could understandably be that attempting to predict the future is a futile activity! Few would have predicted the enormous impact the COVID-19 pandemic
Saab has received a follow on contract with the United Arab Emirates regarding the sale of two GlobalEye systems, Saab’s advanced airborne surveillance system. The order value is USD 1.018 billion and the contract period is 2020-2025. The original contract with the United Arab Emirates for GlobalEye was signed in 2015. This contract is an amendment to that signed in 2015. “We are proud that the United Arab Emirates continues
Customers are asking for the cloud; Advanced analytics will transform video surveillance systems into even more valuable business solutions; Compliance requirements are constantly evolving; IT departments are engaging with, and in many cases owning video surveillance; and, Customers are expecting systems to be open and connected, these are just some of the main trends outlined by cloud-based security provider Eagle Eye Networks. “A number of factors are driving the video surveillance