Monthly Archive for April, 2014

KBC Networks EMEA Launches New Ethernet Switch at Technology Open Day

KBC_ESMGS24-P4_Ethernet_switchLondon, UK 10th April 2014 KBC Networks unveiled its latest Ethernet switch to EMEA partners and end users at its recent Technology Day. The team also carried out demonstrations of KBC’s latest high throughput wireless range and ThruLink, which included streaming secure, live video from as far afield as Melbourne Australia, and as near as just 500m away from a quadcopter flying over its offices in Kent. Continue reading...

KBC Networks Appoints New Director of Engineering

KBCLondon, UK 8th April 2014 KBC Networks, manufacturer of industrial transmission equipment for CCTV, security and industrial control systems, has appointed Clinton Bessesen as Director of Engineering.

Clinton’s background is in IT services and solutions within the government, private enterprise, banking and financial sectors across Europe and Africa. Most recently, Clinton was Technical Director for Service Level Management supporting a variety of markets from local government and military to corporate Continue reading...

NEW VIDEX GUIDE TO SPECIFYING SBD CERTIFIED DOOR ENTRY & ACCESS CONTROL

Secured by Design PicLocal authorities, housing associations and other organisations looking to meet the security requirements of the Secured By Design (SBD) scheme can now get a helping hand from Videx Security.  The company has just published its guide to specifying Door Entry & Access Control Systems to SBD Standards, the initiative from the Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO) aiming to reduce crime with security products that meet police approved standards. Continue reading...

COUNTER TERROR EXPO 2014 ADDRESSES IMPORTANCE OF CYBER-SECURITY

Counter-Terror-Expo-14-Web-LogoFrom the recent cyber-attacks on several of NATO’s public websites to the recent cyber-thefts from a number of major US retailers, cyber-security is rarely out of the news. Indeed, it has become one of the key areas of interest in the counter-terrorism and security arena – and for a number of good reasons.

As the internet and associated technologies develop, not only do we become ever more dependent on them, the opportunities for those who want Continue reading...




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