In today’s news round-up, HID Global will unveil its new entry level card personalisation solutions at CARTES & IDentification in Paris, which takes place next week. At the show, HID will also showcase its range of secure card issuance and government-to-citizen ID solutions. In application news, an access control solution from ACT has been deployed on two bridge crossings between England and Wales. Severn River Crossing, which operates the bridges, opted for the versatile smart-card technology offered by the ACTpro DESFire EV1 1040 proximity reader.

In corporate news, the BSIA is hosting a free exporting workshop entitled “Wise Up To Exporting” at Murrayfield Stadium in Scotland on 26th November. Aimed at helping businesses expand into overseas markets, the workshop will provide advice and guidance on the legal and financial implications of exporting, as well as tips on how to secure funding. At this year’s Great Rift Valley Mining Summit, Warrior Security CEO Tony Sugden¬†emphasised the need for mines to have security systems with capable staff who can protect not only mines, but also the site’s personnel. Finally, Cartrefi Cymunedo Gwynedd (CCG) has purchased over 120 Identicom devices through the SoloProtect solution provded by Connexion2. Read more security news…

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