In today’s weekly news round-up, last week saw IFSEC 2015 return to the ExCel, London and Editor Larry Anderson takes a look at the best of what the global security market had on offer at the show. Contributing Editor Ron Alalouff was also out in full force at the show and chatter on the show floor indicates that system integration was one of the major themes at this year’s show. Larry also recently sat down with new global player IDIS America in their new office in Dallas, Texas. See the article here.

In corporate news, a study by YouGov for Vanderbilt reveals that more than one in four of small and medium sized British businesses have suffered loss, disruption or inconvenience as a direct result of physical or cyber security breaches. Finally, ASSA ABLOY Aperio wireless locks are securing an assisted-living facility in Sweden, creating a people centred, secure system. Read more security news…