In today’s weekly news round-up, Oncam Grandeye has appointed Adrian Marsh as its new Chief Operating Officer. Previous COO Graham Wallis will continue as Oncam Grandeye’s Regional President of the Americas. In events news, data protection and data security will be major topics at this year’s Security Essen. According to estimates by the Federation of German Industries, the damage caused by data and knowledge theft amounts to at least 50 billion euros every year.

In other events news, Delta Scientific showcased its counter-terrorist vehicle control systems at the Delta Equipment Demonstration event which took place in June this year. Government officials, security professionals, integrators and contractors came together at Delta’s Fredericksburg office to view anti-terrorism barriers, bollards, crash-rated gates and other equipment, including new products. In application news, Panasonic surveillance cameras are being used by DCNS at the Tomorrowland festival taking place in Belgium this weekend. DNCS has installed a structured network consisting of a fibre cable backbone and a wireless network on the festival site. Over in Brazil, VIVOTEK’s SD8363E full HD speed dome network cameras were deployed to aid the Brazilian military who were safeguarding the matches at the 2014 FIFA World Cup. VIVOTEK’s SD8363E is especially ideal for monitoring wide open spaces like stadiums. Read more security news…

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In today’s news round-up, Delta Scientific showcased its counter-terrorist vehicle control systems at the Delta Equipment Demonstration event which took place in June this year. Government officials, security professionals, integrators and contractors came together at Delta’s Fredericksburg office to view anti-terrorism barriers, bollards, crash-rated gates and other equipment, including new products. Over in London, the Association of Security Consultants (ASC) has made its annual awards under the Imbert Prize with support and sponsorship from Samsung Techwin. The ceremony at the Royal Air Force Club in London was attended by 80 members.

In events news, data protection and data security will be major topics at this year’s Security Essen. According to estimates by the Federation of German Industries, the damage caused by data and knowledge theft amounts to at least 50 billion euros every year. In application news, RISCO delivered a comprehensive security solution at the 2014 World Cup games in Brazil. Installed at the all-new 44,000 capacity Arena Pantanal in Cuiaba is RISCO Group’s powerful Command & Control solution, access control and customised ticketing and validation system. Finally, South Australia Water has chosen Raytec Infra-Red illuminators in a perimeter security upgrade of its water treatment plant in Adelaide. AG Security Group won the tender for the project by putting forward Raytec’s Infra-Red CCTV lighting solution. Read more security news…

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