In today’s news round-up, we bring you breaking news that Norbain, the largest CCTV distributor in the UK, has gone into Administration, but been sold as a “pre-pack” deal immediately to Newbury Investments (UK) Ltd. Read more about this intriguing turn of events. We will be exploring this in detail over the coming weeks as the facts unfold. Also in corporate news, Honeywell has announced that their First Alert Professional Program has been joined by Floyd Total Security and Pacific Alarm Systems. The First Alert Professional Program is the largest independent security dealer network in the United States.

In application news, the New York State Bridge Authority has chosen to deploy SightLogix’ video perimeter security system to secure the Bear Mountain Bridge, Newburgh-Beacon Bridge, Mid-Hudson Bridge, Kingston-Rhinecliff Bridge and the Rip Van Winkle Bridge which together serve over 1 million Hudson River crossings each week. Over in London, G4S Technology has been chosen to manage the major expansion and upgrade work to City & Islington College’s access control system, in time for the 2012/13 enrolment intake in September. Also in London, Samsung has been chosen to supply its digital video recorders to the Kia Oval, one of the UK’s most famous international sporting venues, to record video of crowd activity during match days. Read more security news…